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Seaweed: The Miracle Macroalgae with Major Economic and Environmental Value

Discover the versatility of seaweed and the contributions of seaweed farming—or seaweed aquaculture—to working waterfronts and environmental sustainability.
September 27, 2023 - Podcast ,
Two aquaculture workers pull a line of kelp out of the water and into their boat, on Seagrove Kelp Co's farm site. Buoy markers are present on the water's surface. Sustainably grown, organic Alaskan kelp is harvested at the Seagrove Kelp Co. farm in Doyle Bay. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jordan Hollarsmith

Tide to Table Profile: Superior Fresh

Farm-fresh salmon from central Wisconsin? Meet the farmers growing salmon and leafy greens in America’s Dairyland.
September 25, 2023 - Feature Story ,
A man holds a large farmed salmon in front of a tank. Kyle Woolever, aquaculture manager at Superior Fresh based in Hixton, WI holds a farm-raised salmon. Credit: ©Sara Stathas

Tide to Table Profile: Holdfast Aquaculture

Planting seeds of change—Holdfast Aquaculture produces native seaweed and shellfish seed for farms in California.
September 25, 2023 - Feature Story ,
A bearded man wearing a hat on a boat holds a freshly shucked oyster. Holdfast Aquaculture co-founder Nate Churches shucking an oyster. Credit: Holdfast Aquaculture

Tide to Table Profile: Turtle Creek Aquaculture

Turtle Creek Aquaculture restores saltmarsh while raising redfish, also known as red drum, in Palacios, Texas.
September 25, 2023 - Feature Story ,
An adult man and his father stand with arms around each other with saltmarsh and a fish pond in the background. Nasir Kureshy and his father standing near one of their fish ponds at Turtle Creek Aquaculture. Credit: Turtle Creek Aquaculture

Celebrating Aquaculture Week: Farming from Tide to Table

Join us for Aquaculture Week 2023 to learn how marine aquaculture—or farmed seafood—is vital for supporting our nation’s seafood production and year-round jobs, enhancing coastal resilience, and more.
September 25, 2023 - Feature Story ,
A man in boots dig for clams in the mud next to an orange bucket. Digging for surfclams. Credit: Island Creek Oysters

Tide to Table Profile: Island Creek Oysters

In the chilly waters of Duxbury, Massachusetts, Island Creek is more than a farm—it’s a destination.
September 25, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Five people in waders and baseball caps sit on oyster crates on a dock surrounded by blue water. Island Creek Oyster staff on a dock in Duxbury, Massachusetts. Credit: Island Creek Oysters

Collaborative Rockfish Survey Yields Promising Results

A government-industry survey is helping fill in the gaps on rockfish distribution and abundance in areas where standard government research gear can’t sample.
September 20, 2023 - Feature Story ,
fishing boat with mountain in background and purple loosestrife in foreground Fishing vessel, Araho, leaving port in Alaska to begin collaborative industry-government survey in Alaska. Credit: Rory Morgan

Are Alaska Fishing Communities and Fishermen Prepared for Climate Change?

Scientists found that more planning is needed to help fishing communities in the Gulf of Alaska adapt and mitigate the potential economic impacts of climate change.
August 25, 2023 - Feature Story ,
Marina full of boats with a mountain in the background View of marina in Petersburg, Alaska. Credit: Marysia Szymkowiak/NOAA Fisheries

Combating Labor Abuse in the Seafood Sector

A new initiative brings together public and private partners to address labor abuses in the seafood sector.
August 24, 2023 - Podcast ,
Commercial fishing in the Valdez, Alaska harbor. Commercial fishing in the Valdez, Alaska harbor.

NOAA Fisheries Releases National Seafood Strategy

The strategy highlights the vital services we provide to support the seafood sector and outlines ways we can enhance its resilience in the face of climate change and other stressors.
seafood display case Photo credit: NOAA Fisheries