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From Local Farm to Table: Our History of Sustainable Fish Production

Learn how Hawaiian fish ponds help with sustainable seafood production.
October 16, 2019 - Feature Story ,
Hatchery raised mullet transferred into He`eia Fishpond.

New App Answers Aquaculture Siting Questions in Seconds

A NOAA-developed tool called OceanReports can instantly assess whether a location is suitable for aquaculture.
October 15, 2019 - Feature Story ,
Coastal net pens off the coast of Maine. Credit: NOAA.

Tide to Table: The Rise of Ocean Farmers

Aquaculture, also known as farming in water, is the fastest growing food production system in the world.
October 14, 2019 - Feature Story ,
Hawaiian kanpachi.

Eat Your Way to a Healthier You, Me, Country, and Planet

Dr. Michael Rubino, Senior Advisor for Seafood Strategy at NOAA Fisheries, discusses why seafood is good for our health, nation, and planet.
Seafood on ice

Serving Up Seafood: National Seafood Month

Join us for National Seafood Month 2019 and learn how we work to support healthy, sustainable seafood all year round.
Seafood on ice

Aquaculture on the West Coast

Aquaculture contributes to sustainable seafood, working waterfronts, and restoration and enhancement of marine species. NOAA has a multi-faceted role in aquaculture, from supporting science and research to federal policy-making and regulation.

500,000th Spiny Superhero Released to Devour Hawaiʻi's Coral-smothering Algae

Half a million sea urchins have now been deployed through NOAA and the Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources’ work restoring corals after the M/V Cape Flattery grounded on an Oʻahu reef.
July 26, 2019 - Feature Story ,
A Hawaiian collector sea urchin cleaning a coral of invasive algae in Kāne‘ohe Bay.

Saltonstall-Kennedy Grant Program Notice of Funding Opportunity FY2020

Learn more about the FY2020 Saltonstall-Kennedy (S-K) Grant competition.
May 31, 2019 - Feature Story ,
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Alaska Salmon Travels - Post 5

Alaska Salmon Travels

Join Alaska Fisheries Science Center researchers in their attempt to better understand hatchery-reared salmon marine survival.
May 14, 2019 - Research ,
Net pens holding the 195,000 Chinook smolts until their release.

Alaska Salmon Travels - Post 4

Alaska Salmon Travels

Join Alaska Fisheries Science Center researchers in their attempt to better understand hatchery-reared salmon marine survival.
May 02, 2019 - Research ,
Working in snowy conditions during tagging at Little Port Walter.