A fish is a fish is a fish

I remember when I fell in love with food that had a story to tell. Homemade honey butter trickled through a rosemary roll; the honey cured in hives out back and the rosemary grew in planters on the… Read More
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Fishing nets are taking whales’ food in the shadow of Manhattan. Here’s what you need to know

One commercial fishing company is cruising off the shores of New York, taking whales’ food. One year ago we reported that small, herring-like fish called menhaden, a major food source for whales, dolphins and large fishes, were making… Read More
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The Somali 7: Fisheries crimes exposed by open-source reporting

By Ian Urbina, Safina Center Fellow The world’s fish stocks are severely depleted. Over 90 percent are at or near collapse. Sea slavery is a rampant problem and involves migrant workers who are forced through debt, coercion, or… Read More
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