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More than 90 percent of the wild salmon caught in the United States comes from Alaska and the epic harvest season will create more widespread availability nationwide in frozen, fresh and canned forms just in time for summer grilling season.
8220;From the beginning, we wanted to touch the minds and hearts of children to save wild salmon,” said Lizanne Saunders, Executive Director of the World Salmon Council and founder of Salmon Watch.
All projects aim to restore damaged salmon habitat, conserving pristine salmon habitat, or gathering information that will help make strategic investments in salmon recovery.
Norway is the world's biggest producer of farmed salmon and the removal of the tariff means it will be able to compete head-on with other producers in the US for the first time in two decades.
Include wild and "organic" salmon if you can find (and afford) it, as well as canned salmon (see "Go Fish," p.
The warning comes as the production of farmed salmon has posted a 40-fold rise over the last two decades.
The researchers concluded consumers should limit farmed salmon to one meal a month.
In a health food store, I offered some smoked salmon to one of the employees who refused it, saying, "I don't eat endangered species.
When bears eat salmon, for example, they pass nutrients from salmon into the forest via scat (feces) and urine.
Overcrowding of fish, overuse of antibiotics and careless husbandry has left the Chilean salmon business straddling a fine line between meeting the demand it has created and following basic health practices respected abroad.
In addition to the usual litany -- dams, pollution, over-fishing and habitat loss -- wild Atlantic and Pacific salmon now face a new threat -- from fish farming.
In calculating factors that affect import prices of fresh Atlantic salmon, researchers found that imported salmon is saturating the U.