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Seafood Month Celebrations: Week 3

Sea Grant Celebrates Aquaculture Week


October is Seafood Month, and Sea Grant is celebrating all month long by telling some of the inspiring (and tasty!) stories of research, extension and education around the country that support sustainable fisheries and aquaculture as well as those who provide the daily catch. Follow along via social media using #SeaGrantSeafood and find a sustainable seafood recipe at www.pinterest.com/seagrant/.

Since October 15-21 is #AquacultureWeek at NOAA, we put together a primer on all things sea farming – an “Aquaculture 101” if you like! 

Aquaculture 101

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