A report from The Nature Conservancy shows restorative or regenerative aquaculture can benefit ecosystems, marine animal habitats and biodiversity.
Dr. Megan Davis has written the book on culturing queen conch and will form a course to teach responsible practices to Caribbean communities.
A review of restorative shellfish mariculture case studies around the world to identify emergent patterns across species and ecoregions.
For many Zanzibari women, seaweed farming provides opportunity, but hardships are common. A project from The Nature Conservancy lends hope.
Study identifies regions where commercial marine aquaculture may provide environmental and social benefits and potentially support ecosystem recovery.
Drones and GoPro cameras are helping researchers, regulators and operators understand how shellfish farming interacts with sensitive habitats like eelgrass beds.
The Nature Conservancy was inactive in aquaculture until new program leader Robert Jones joined. His focus is on the positive outcomes of responsible aquaculture.