There isn't enough fish in the sea! Despite California fishing regulations, many species of marine animals living along our coast are classified as threatened or endangered. This is an even greater concern internationally; many countries have few fishing regulations or allow destructive fishing practices. Fish can't reproduce fast enough to replace what we're taking. By becoming an educated consumer, you can help support sustainable fisheries that protect fish populations for future generations.
The choices we make drive the seafood markets. You can make a
difference by supporting those fisheries and fish farms that are better
for the environment. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium is a partner in this
project of the Monterey Bay Aquarium. To learn more about seafood
sources, visit Seafood Watch or print out a pocket-sized card to carry with
you when you dine and shop.
Watch cooking demonstrations and the panel discussion from Sustainable Seafood Expo 2015! Learn about the fish on your dish and how you can make savvy seafood choices.
Celebrity Chef Sam Choy's Cooking Demonstration
Executive Chef Christine Brown's Cooking Demonstration
Executive Chef Bernard Ibarra's Cooking Demonstration
Executive Chef Pete Lehmar's Cooking Demonstration
Panel Discussion Something's Fishy: "Demystifying Sustainable Seafood" presented by AltaSea