Top 5 Ways to Sustainably Farm Fish 


Farming two or more species together is an ultra-responsible way to farm our oceans. From ancient China to modern day Canada, this practice show promise for the future.

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Offshore farms sited in deeper waters, where ocean currents flush away any possible contaminants from the farms are starting to become a realization in the US with the west coast leading the way. Hawaii and California are two great examples of this sustainable practice.

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This novel form for fish farming coming out of Scandinavia combines the best techniques from a variety of other farm practices to culminate in what is arguably the most innovative responsible form of fish farming today.

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Taking fish farming out of the water and on to land, RAS systems provide year round responsible protein across the country in an almost 100% renewable way. The Midwest has exemplified how sustainable this practice can be with barramundi coming out of Iowa and salmon out of Indiana

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Like RAS, raceways also allow for fish farming to take place on land, with minimal environmental impact. Mitigating impacts of common concern like disease transfer and effluent pollution, this practice produces fresh fish across the US.

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