Willapa Bay Oyster Farmers Struggle as Shrimp Population Booms

The booming population of a native species of Northwest shrimp threatens the oyster beds of Washington’s Willapa Bay and a coastal way of life.

Louisiana Shrimp Landings Again Reported to Be Lowest in Last 18 Years; Reporting Issues May Be Cause

For the second straight month, shrimp landings reported in the state of Louisiana were massively out of line with those reported for the month of May over the prior seventeen years.

From Invasive Species to Local Specialty: Japan Embraces the Quahog Clam

June 20, 2019 Endō Sei, Nippon.com

Tokyo Bay once supplied the varied edible mollusks for which Edo-style sushi is known. Reclamation and pollution decimated stocks, but now a hardy invader is receiving a surprisingly warm welcome.

Iberostar Hotels & Resorts Commits To Serving Certified, Traceable Seafood

Iberostar Hotels & Resorts is the first hotel chain with properties in the Americas that are both Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) certified for sustainable and responsible practices.

The Race to Become the Beyond Meat of Fish

Salmon has become the guinea pig of the seas when it comes to using technology to supplement falling fish populations. Now it’s moved onto land—and into the laboratory.