Have you thought about contacting the restaurant chain Bonefish Grill to ask about their policies of serving sustainable fish? You know they are right in the same neighborhood as you (well, Tampa isn’t that far), and you have such a big impact with your highly rated website and millions of fans. I’m thinking specifically of salmon, but they also serve many other fishes that are on the “bad fish” lists. I’ve asked the servers when I dine there to inquire where the salmon is from, and most of them insist it is only the best freshest fish. But that doesn’t answer the question, does it?
A word from you might go along way toward educating a chain that educates millions of customers.
Just a thought…]]>
Thanks for sharing this information! I know what you mean by sushikill but if we want to be eating it foreverandeveramen then we should listen]]>
Farmed salmon should be done inland in artificial lakes. Out in the ocean they cause too many problems. I have been out to the salmon farms as well, and don’t have a problem with farmed fish – just that it be done in “isolation” from wild stocks.]]>