“Back To The Brook,” Reintroducing Southern Appalachian Brook Trout with the Tennessee Aquarium

FUNDING FOR GREATER CHATTANOOGA HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY EPB FIBER OPTICS UNUM AND BAYLOR SCHOOL IT’S BEEN WET IN THE SOUTHEAST FOR FOREVER. UM, AND WE’VE GOT ALL THESE DIFFERENT KINDS OF ROCK IN THE SOUTH EAST, THESE DIFFERENT KINDS OF PHYSIOGRAPHIC PROVINCES AND YOU HAVE DIFFERENT KINDS OF ROCKS. YOU HAVE DIFFERENT KINDS OF […]

What Does it Take to Produce an Industrial Egg?

[Geoff] Okay let’s look at an industrial egg with questionable quality. But what’s it take to produce an industrial egg? So, we know there’re not good systems anyway because there’re not very happy, there’re unnatural, there’re stressful on the birds, there’s all kinds of disease problems, and there’re in a big factory. That factory has […]

Fungus: The Plastic of the Future

Sur les 10 dernières années, l’être humain a créé plus de plastique que durant tout le 20e siècle. Du plastique qui se décompose très difficilement et détruit les écosystèmes. Par chance, on a peut-être la solution. Des scientifiques, des designers et des rêveurs travaillent sur une révolution organique qui pourrait paraître étrange voire sale, mais […]

Trout Country: Fly Fishing on a Changing Yellowstone

(gentle music) – When I started fly fishing I was seven years old probably, maybe six years old. I can remember catching fish with a fly rod. But I really got into it when I was 10 years old. My dad bought me a Russ Peak rod. And I took that rod up to the […]

Trout hatchery management: Shocking trout ova to ensure healthy trout

Hatchery Management: Shocking ova to ensure healthy trout G,day, so this stage of the process is called shocking. After 18-21 days we do what’s called shocking which is basically, we get a tray full of ova and we siphon them out of the basket in the top tanks into a second basket on the ground. […]

Trout Country: Fly Fishing a Changing Yellowstone (trailer)

(gentle music) – When I started flyfishing I was seven years old probably, maybe six years old. I can remember catching fish with a fly rod. But I really got into it when I was 10 years old. My dad bought me a Russ Peak rod. And I took that rod up to the Big […]

Urban Farming: Fixing the broken food system & improving health | Paul Myers | TEDxLiverpool

Translator: Rhonda Jacobs Reviewer: Denise RQ Evolution was the first concept at school that really captivated me. At about 16, it seemed relevant, and it was disruptive to my worldview at the time, so I decided I’ll go to university, and I’ll learn more about it. So I did that. Then I took a step […]

Why You Should Stop Eating Fish

see food a healthy part of our American diet fish is a very simple wonderful source of protein oh my god mm-hmm there are floating slaughterhouses traveling through the oceans all over the world the slaughterhouses poor marine life out to the Seas then suffocate them and cut them open to sell for food is […]

Seafood Sustainability at Publix

MUSIC We do not set a timeline on sustainability. To us, sustainability is really a journey and not so much a destination; there’s not an end point. For us, sustainability is about continuous improvement. We feel for sustainability to truly take hold in the industry, it requires a partnership between the retailer, the industry and […]

What Are “Continuous Yields” from a Fish Pond?

Blair has a question here. “What kind of yields fall under the ‘continuous yields’ “from a fish pond that Geoff has mentioned? “Is this just harvestable fish and breeding stock fish? “Does one typically buy stock fish from an outside source?” Well, there’s not just fish. There’s a lot of mulch produced, you can have […]