Aquaculture & Fisheries
Additional information on aquaculture can be found at the following web site(s):
- California Aquaculture (UC Davis)
- Natural Resources Conservation Service
900 Canterbury Place, Suite 320
Escondido, CA 92025
Ask for staff to advise on ponds, dams, or aquaculture. Staff includes soil conservationists and biologists. Walk-in to select from their extensive collection of technical guides.
For additional information on soil conservation and agriculture topics, visit:
San Diego Seafood & Fisheries has information on San Diego seafood species, buying locally caught seafood, the developing direct marketing movement, and more. It is a project of California Sea Grant Extension Program.
California Department of Fish & Wildlife - Fishing has information on ocean, freshwater (especially bass and trout) & urban fishing, such as regulations, licenses, some events, and more. It is a wealth of information for California anglers.
Faces of California Fishing features California fishing communities and people. It has links for finding fishermen and other sources of specific California seafood products, as well as information on fishing regulations, gear, cleaning & cutting seafood products, recipes, etc. It is a project of the Alliance of Communities for Sustainable fisheries.
National Fisheries Institute - A trade Association committed to assisting its members to succeed in the global seafood marketplace.
NOAA Fisheries (National Marine Fisheries Service) - Regional Offices, Science Centers, Special Programs
NOAA Fisheries (NMFS) Southwest Fisheries Science Center - Research in California and Western Pacific.
National Sea Grant Sustainable Fisheries & Aquaculture - Information on activities to foster a safe, secure & sustainable supply of seafood and consumers who understand seafood's health benefits and the safety & sustainability of seafood they buy.