California Salmon Will Get a Free Ride to the Ocean—In Tanker Trucks

If the salmon won't come to the ocean, then the ocean will come to the salmon. Well, not quite: Tanker trucks will take them there. Such are the extreme measures in California this spring, as drought forces major salmon hatcheries to funnel their fish into tanker trucks and ride them straight to the Pacific. » 3/13/14 12:40pm 3/13/14 12:40pm

Three Fast, Easy, High-Protein Meals On the Go

The number one reason most of us grab an unhealthy meal over a healthy one is convenience. Junk food is ready to be stuffed in your face, and when you're short on time, cooking is one of the first things to go out the window. Today we're going to show you three super simple, healthy, protein-packed meals you can make… » 6/05/13 4:20pm 6/05/13 4:20pm

Farming Nemo: How Aquaculture Will Feed 9 Billion Hungry People

Shrimp fountains don't grow on trees, you know—nor do Ahi Tuna steaks, Fish McBites, or fried calamari. But that hasn't stopped an increasingly affluent human population from annually demanding more and more seafood. As a result, an estimated 85 percent of the ocean's fish stocks are now either fully exploited or… » 4/09/13 4:55pm 4/09/13 4:55pm

California Bureaucrats Are Throwing a Bubble Rave for At-Risk Salmon

In California, some impressionable, young Chinook Salmon in the Sacramento river are heading down the wrong path. A path leading towards death and destruction. A path otherwise known as the San Francisco Bay. To get these disenfranchised fish on the right track, the Department of Water Resources are installing an… » 2/24/11 7:20pm 2/24/11 7:20pm