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The kraken of Monterey Bay

Monterey Bay, known as the “sardine and abalone capital of the world,” is also known as the “calamari capital of the world.” Calamari, much...

Weed and wildlife

Cannabis and seafood might seem unrelated, however, the two might share an ancient historical past. In his book, “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” Michael Pollan stipulates...

Wild fisheries management

Whether a person is an avid whale watcher, a voracious scuba diver, a disciplined researcher or a semi-frequent beach goer, everyone benefits from the...

Historical significance of seafood in Monterey

Seafood in Monterey Bay supplied the foundation upon which the region’s historical significance was built. According to Tim Thomas, a well-known historian in Monterey...

Organizations seek to influence public perspectives on farm-raised fish

With technological developments in the global aquaculture industry, it would seem that many issues for fish farmers are in the past. However, concerns about...

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