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Aquaculture and Fish Farming Impacts On Environment

Aquaculture and Fish Farming Impacts On Environment

fish_blue_water_971914_hAquaculture is similar to many other sectors of sustainable agriculture. It uses natural resources and organic methods of farming, and interacts with the environment. However, there are many controversies arising from the environmentalists, because of the growing concerns of negative impacts on the globe. Many fish farmers are being accused of utilizing unfair means to increase productivity, using wild fish to feed the farm fish, and also using GMOs, to increase growth.

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Salmon Farming At Domestic Fish Farms – Sustainable Aquaculture

Salmon Farming At Domestic Fish Farms – Sustainable Aquaculture

Wild caught fish have been a major source of seafood for many years in most parts of the American diet. If you have been eating seafood, it’s more than likely that your fish came from an overfished area. Growing fish in the United States would eliminate the need for fish imports and also ensure that the fish we eat come from sustainable and ethical methods of farming. Fish farming would not only take care of the increasing demands for protein, but it would also save the environment and the wild fish stocks in the oceans.

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