Kara of Shedd Aquarium’s Right Bite Team demonstrates March’s Fish of the Month recipe for Clams with Spanish Chorizo in Saffron-Wine Broth. Get the recipe on our blog: http://bit.ly/OJIYoQ
MSC Certified Chilean Seabass is no only a great sustainable seafood choice, but it’s also a great story! Chilean Seabass, otherwise known as Patagonian Toothfish, were once severely overfished, but due to increased management of the fisheries, their populations have now rebounded back to healthy levels! Watch as the Minnesota Zoo’s Sustainable Seafood Coordinator puts together this really easy, delicious dish that you can easily put together at home!
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This is one GREAT reason why you should know where your shrimp is coming from and the impact it can have. Video courtesy of Sea Cern.
"Here is how 1/2-billion juvenile croaker, spot and weakfish(Gray Trout) are killed annually in NC as shrimp trawl bycatch. NC fishery rules allow trawling in our estuarine waters- waters that are critical habitat nursery areas for finfish and blue crabs. Weakfish stocks are listed as severely depleted. Croaker and spot harvests are down 90% and at historical lows. Blue crab harvest is at a historical low. Please write you NC representative, senator, Governor and leaders of the House and Senate. Change is needed at NCDENR and NCDMF to stop the absolute waste of our important coastal resources."