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Wildlife film-making. Sustainable caviar. GMO salmon. Ocean-inspired sculpture and more!
My 2015 ultimate green gift guide!
In 1995 when the Florida sun was hot and the mahi-mahi fishing hotter!
Celebrate National Seafood Month with my free ebook collection of sustainable seafood recipes and buying tips!
When your questions, choices, and curiosity make all the difference in 5 easy steps.
What's really happening on a Pacific tuna boat? I got you covered in this no-holding-back Q & A with Greenpeace volunteer Lauren Reid.
(I was invited to work with Open Blue for its #CobiaCookOff contest. Open Blue provided the cobia for this recipe.) If you could eat a fish that was light, meaty, versatile to cook, high in Omega-3's and sustainable, what would that fish be? Spoiler, it’s not salmon! Well, okay salmon is all of that, but today I'm talking cobia. If you like to eat cobia you're gonna love my Cobia with Blackberry Pan Sauce recipe. It is easy to prepare [...]
It should come as no surprise that the top two seafood’s consumed in the US are shrimp and salmon, in that order. Even if you aren’t a sustainable seafood enthusiast or advocate, these two items are more than likely on your plate at least one day of the week. Hopefully you’re eating seafood twice a week as recommended by most health experts, but hey, once a week is better than none. There are thousands of different species of seafood to [...]