On November 2 2022, Food Tank’s Nourishing America tour will stop in Providence, Rhode Island, for a summit in partnership with Brown University and Roger Williams University, with the summit taking place at Brown University. This summit’s theme is Aquaculture.
A recent report in Nature details the growth and promise of the global aquaculture industry.
During an event hosted by Stanford University’s Center on Food Security and the Environment and the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture, panelists reflect on past, and the state of aquaculture today.
A multi-million dollar investment in the Indian Seaweed sector is helping grow cottage and cooperative businesses for 1 million in India.
A recent report published by FoodPrint and the North Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) finds the current expansion of large scale aquaculture is unsustainable and may cause serious harm to traditional fishing structures.
Organizations around the world working towards a more sustainable, efficient, and equitable fishing industry.
Lobsterers are expanding into kelp farming to increase resilience in the face of climate change.
Aquaculture expert Robert Jones of The Nature Conservancy and third-generation owner and CEO of Clover Sonoma dairy company, Marcus Benedetti discuss sustainable farming and the future of our food system.
Creating a sustainable food system that contains fish is possible, but requires us to look beyond the fillet. Chef Josh Niland from the Australian restaurant Saint Peter talks about how it can be done.
He’eia is the second largest of about 40 fishponds left in the Hawaiian Islands, and this non-profit has worked to rebuild and preserve the traditional structure since 2001, looking at ancient foodways that could, if permitted and desired, feed the entire island.