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Aquaculture/Fish Farming

Fish Farm
Fish Farm
Fish Farm

The depletion of edible fish in the recent past has forced the world to look for a viable alternative.  Aquaculture, or fish farming, has created an effective and profitable alternative to commercial fishing.  Commercial fisheries have ignored natural signs of fish depletion to the point that the world's fish resources have suffered critical damage.

The American Fisheries Society has begun to address the problem, but because of the lack of effective remediation, it will take decades to restore the fish resources in our oceans and lakes.  Aquatic scientists are working to conserve the world's fish population.  Present philosophies permit the continual influx of pollutants into our waterways and create conditions by which fish will continue to be tainted and inedible.

The above conditions have been recognized by Europe and Asia; and their edible fish supply has been significantly supplemented by Aquaculture in recent years.

Fish farms developed and maintained with our advanced technology can and will supply significant portions of our population with food; creating an ongoing and dynamic financial opportunity for those involved with the fish farming industry.