A report from The Nature Conservancy shows restorative or regenerative aquaculture can benefit ecosystems, marine animal habitats and biodiversity.
Kelp aquaculture is poised for growth on both U.S. coasts, but one grower network in Maine is building a brand and demand for domestic seaweed.
An evaluation of the effects of fresh seaweed diets and manufactured feeds on growth and gonad quality of adult, wild collector sea urchins.
For many Zanzibari women, seaweed farming provides opportunity, but hardships are common. A project from The Nature Conservancy lends hope.
The word aquaculture is a dirty one in Alaska, where finfish farming is firmly prohibited. But if your farm fits a certain description, permits to proceed can indeed be obtained.
Faroe Islands company believes nutritious and fast-growing seaweed is a versatile raw material and the oceans’ best defense against climate change.
Grown for hundreds of years, seaweed (sugar kelp, specifically) is the fruit of a nascent U.S. aquaculture industry supplying chefs, home cooks and inspiring fresh and frozen food products.
The 18-month Maribe project has uncovered some promising ideas for promoting growth and jobs within the blue economy. Aquaculture, fingered as one of five key areas for growth, could benefit from collaboration with renewable energies.
Michael Rubino and Gunnar Knapp list key reasons why U.S. marine aquaculture has been limited to a scale far below its vast potential.