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Here are some resources that I have come across and found to be quite useful and/or intriguing. This page will be under construction indefinitely as I continue to come across interesting websites that I encourage others to take a gander at. So please go ahead and check some stuff out! :)


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>>> http://newcoasts.tumblr.com/

Sustainable Seafood:

FishOnline is an extremely in-depth guide to selecting sustainable seafood. It ranks seafood choices on a scale from 1 to 5 and takes into account numerous things, including the status of the fishery, the biology of the organism and its lifespan, and the method of capture. It is run by the Marine Conservation Society.
>>> http://www.fishonline.org/

Seafood Watch is a program by the Monterey Bay Aquarium that is similar to FishOnline. It categorizes varieties of seafood as either "Best Choice," "Good Alternative," and "Avoid." It is designed more as a quick reference than an in-depth source of information, so it is useful for rapidly determining whether or not a type of seafood should be consumed.
>>> http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/cr/seafoodwatch.aspx?c=dd

Fish2Fork features a catalog of restaurants from all over the country (and all over the world) that are rated and reviewed based on the sustainability of the seafood that they serve. This site informs diners of whether or not specific restaurants are doing their part to protect our oceans.

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