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Aquaculture Research: Tracking released farmed salmon

Aquaculture Research: Tracking released farmed salmon

[♪♪♪] Fisheries and Oceans Canada is working with the aquaculture Industry with the goal of helping it operate in a sustainable and responsible way. This team of research technicians is heading to an area where salmon are raised in fish pens that are suspended in the open water. They’re going to retrieve data from an […]

Farming Fish in Open Ponds

Farming Fish in Open Ponds

(lively music) – [Voiceover] Increasingly, the fish that consumers buy begin life in hatcheries, and are reared in ponds such as this one. Throughout the Eastern seaboard, a new industry has been developing, aquaculture, the raising of fish under managed conditions whether in net pens, cages, tanks, or open ponds. Private growers and government agencies […]

Dan Barber: How I fell in love with a fish

Dan Barber: How I fell in love with a fish

So, I’ve known a lot of fish in my life. I’ve loved only two. That first one, it was more like a passionate affair. It was a beautiful fish: flavorful, textured, meaty, a bestseller on the menu. What a fish. (Laughter) Even better, it was farm-raised to the supposed highest standards of sustainability. So you […]

Fish and Aquaculture –  America’s Heartland: Episode 914

Fish and Aquaculture – America’s Heartland: Episode 914

America’s Heartland is made possible by… Farm Credit – Financing agriculture and rural America since 1916. Farm Credit is cooperatively owned by America’s farmers and ranchers. Learn more at farmcredit.com CropLife America – Representing the companies whose modern farming innovations help America’s farmers provide nutritious food for communities around the globe.  >>Hi, I’m Sarah Gardner. […]

The case for fish farming | Mike Velings

The case for fish farming | Mike Velings

So I come from the tallest people on the planet — the Dutch. It hasn’t always been this way. In fact, all across the globe, people have been gaining height. In the last 150 years, in developed countries, on average, we have gotten 10 centimeters taller. And scientists have a lot of theories about why […]

Growing Fish in Greenhouses

Growing Fish in Greenhouses

NARR: Salad greens and fish go very well together. And they grow very well together, too. Arugula, watercress and yellow perch are growing together in greenhouses on a busy street in Milwaukee. it’s a promising experiment at a place called Growing Power. The community-based urban farm grows food for local groceries and restaurants. Those markets […]

Urban Organics Aquaponics Doesn’t Use Raw Fish Poop as Fertilizer

Urban Organics Aquaponics Doesn’t Use Raw Fish Poop as Fertilizer

Alright! This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com today we have another exciting episode for you and where in the world am I today? I’m in St. Paul, Minnesota of all places in the whole world and why I’m here today is to check out the building behind me and actually it’s a former site of […]