Fish for Dinner – What’s Really On Your Plate?

Fish, Fishing & Fishermen on January 9th, 2013 No Comments

By guest blogger Elizabeth Brown. When you buy seafood, do you actually get what you order?  This is the question scientists from the conservation group, Oceana, have been asking. Over the past couple of years they have been investigating seafood fraud – or the mislabeling of seafood species – in major cities around the US. […]

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Swimming With Giant Tuna

Bluefin Tuna, Fish, Fishing & Fishermen on October 10th, 2012 4 Comments

First posted on Huffington Post on October 1, 2012. Greetings from my hardship post. I am at North Lake harbor on Prince Edward Island.  I’m here to witness giant bluefin tuna. Giant? Essentially all the fish weigh between 500 and 1,000 pounds. So, yeah, giant. Fishermen like Ross Keus want to develop no-kill bluefin tourism, […]

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Knocking on Heaven’s Shore; Bluefin Tuna Carrying Safe Fukushima Nuclear Radiation

Bluefin Tuna, Fish, Fishing & Fishermen on June 9th, 2012 5 Comments

So the momometer tells us of another huge news story: bluefin tuna have carried radiation leaked from Japan’s tsunami-damaged Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant across the ocean to California, where fishermen are catching them. (The momometer, a Geiger-counter of news magnitude, is my 86-year old mother, Rose. No computer. When she phones me to tell me […]

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