After 20 Years, a Billion Dollars Spent On Washington State Salmon Programs, Fish Still Declining

The 2018 State of the Salmon report by the Governor’s Salmon Recovery Office is a sobering read: Across the state, and in its jewel, Puget Sound, salmon are struggling to survive despite efforts of every kind to prevent extinction.

Hancock Salmon Facility Hurting Amid Government Shutdown

Sullivan Harbor Farm’s future is currently limbo due to an FDA review that’s been put on hold due to the government shutdown.

Sixty South Announces 100% ASC Certified Pure Antarctic Salmon

January 9, 2019 Sixty South

With the company’s pristine location and tireless commitment to the most sustainable farming practices, Sixty South is thrilled to have received Aquaculture Stewardship Council certification for 100 percent of its sites last year.

Citing NY AG Report, Class Action Alleges Stew Leonard’s Fish Products are Mislabeled

A proposed class action lawsuit claims Stew Leonard’s Inc. has deceptively mislabeled its red snapper and sockeye salmon products. Citing a report from the New York Attorney General’s office on the pervasive mislabeling of fish products in the state’s supermarkets, the complaint alleges Stew Leonard’s so-called red snapper and sockeye salmon products are, in truth, fish of an inferior grade and quality.

Some B.C. Fish Farms to Close or Move in Bid to Help Wild Salmon Recover

December 26, 2018 The Canadian Press

All 17 fish farms in British Columbia’s Broughton Archipelago will either be closed or moved in an effort to create a migration path for wild salmon.