This video playlist contains some of our seafood stories & how-to cooking demonstrations around the broad subject of sustainable seafood.
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Learn about the Monterey Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program which helps educate the public about sustainable seafood.
A visit to the Monterey Abalone Company which is located under the wharf in the picturesque town of Monterey, CA.
Chef Nathan Lyon – Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch unite to deliver an important message: you can find out if the fish you intend to buy is sustainable.
We learn how to can sardines, and visit a sustainable seafood micro-cannery to see how albacore tuna is canned.
You join a CSA every year, buy eggs fresh from the farmer at the market, and you only buy locally-sourced, pastured pork and beef. But what about that salmon on your grill this summer? Do you know the waters from which it came, know the fisherman who hauled it in?
We learn how to can sardines, visit a micro-cannery on the Oregon coast, and talk with an expert about mercury levels in West Coast albacore tuna.
After a field day at Sunflower Fields Farm, several farmers decided to band together, coordinate their marketing efforts, and sell their products locally. This is what happened.
Alison Barratt, from the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch program discusses the health of the oceans, and their declining ecosystem.
January 8, 2010 Due to dwindling numbers, a ban on catching red snapper along the coast of Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas was enacted January 4, 2010. The new law has a ripple effect for many in the Southeast region. Some are seeking new regulation – to take into consideration the economic impact on a […]
January 29, 2010 Ron Masters, a Conservation & Waterways Commissioner (Point Lookout, NY), gives a tour of a solar powered FLUPSY (Floating Upweller System). This clam nursery ‘boat’ helps the community environmentally and economically. “When the baby clams grow big enough to leave the nursery, they are deposited in local beds to support both recreational […]
If Florida’s Tampa Bay turns out to be merely the “tip of the iceberg”, good luck finding locally sourced fresh foods.
[Update: Since posting this video, KQEDondemand’s YouTube channel has made it for ‘private’ viewing only. I am hoping they will make it public, as it once was, for it is very informative. Sorry for any inconvenience.] February 01, 2010 KQED just posted a video on YouTube from their program Quest. This episode looks at the […]
A farmer grows wheat, harvests it, then his wife mills some up into flour and proceeds to sell it. Revolutionary right?
January 16, 2010 British journalist, Charles Clover, whose book led to the documentary film, The End of the Line, recently launched a new website: Fish2Fork. It’s purpose is to educate and and make known those eating establishments which are serving sustainable seafood vs. those that aren’t. Eaters have an opportunity to participate by posting their […]
January 19, 2010 New way to farm salmon has received endorsement from Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Seafood Watch. The AquaSeed Corporation raises the coho salmon from eggs in closed, fresh water pens, at a 1:1 per pound feed ratio. In the past it has been noted that it took upwards of 4 pounds of fish food […]
December 06, 2010 Carl Warner creates an alternative reality – and what a alternative it is…using everyday whole foods Warner creates foodscapes that look delicious, yet other-worldly. He hopes his work will also be used as a vehicle to promote healthy eating – not just pretty pictures made of food, but actually doing some good. […]
New Orleans may not be known for its healthy food habits, but thats about to change.
February 01, 2010 Washington Post journalist Jane Black, from her recent trip to the yearly Edible Institute conference in Santa Fe, NM, writes about the food trends seen for the upcoming year. Five are mentioned, including one about CSA’s evolving: “I’ve always loved the idea of community-supported agriculture, but the structure has always been too […]
4 top chefs team up as part of a national Chefs Collaborative fundraising effort to raise public awareness of overfishing, and create demand for less threatened fish species.