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The Tragedy of the Commons: Why We All Need to Band Together

The Tragedy of the Commons: Why We All Need to Band Together

Ruin is the destination toward which all men rush, each pursuing his own best interest in a society that believes in the freedom of the commons. Freedom in a commons brings ruin to all. Therein is the tragedy.
-Garrett Hardin

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7 Surprising Benefits of Eating Seafood

Recent studies have found that consuming 2-3 servings of fish a week can reduce measurable signs of stress, anxiety and depression. One study even found that seafood had a significant psychological benefit in decreasing postpartum depression in pregnant women...

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What I Learned Marooned for a Day on the Fabled Crash Site of Amelia Earhart. It's Not What You Expect.

What I Learned Marooned for a Day on the Fabled Crash Site of Amelia Earhart. It's Not What You Expect.

Nikumaroro is one of the wildest places left on the planet. On the island, I encountered thriving seabird colonies, eels lunging from the lagoon-edge like crocodiles to drag crabs from the sand… I even faced-off (and backed down from) a terrier-sized coconut crab that I met on a jungle trail. But forget all of that—something else I saw on that island stays with me today, and affected the course of my life.

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OneForNeptune Founder Nick Mendoza on Why He Believes the Seas Will Save Us

OneForNeptune Founder Nick Mendoza on Why He Believes the Seas Will Save Us

I discovered aquaculture at the right moment in my academic career and it changed my life forever. To anyone considering an education or a career in aquaculture, I hope this piece may shed light on the limitless opportunities in the sector for young, motivated thinkers from all disciplines.

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Fish Jerky: How the Native Americans Did It

Fish Jerky: How the Native Americans Did It

Fish jerky seems like a product designed for modern times - healthy, high-protein, low-carb, sustainable, ethical snacks from seafood. While it may appear like another new age food trend for an increasingly health-conscious general public, fish jerky origins in the Americas date back hundreds of years. Indigenous peoples from both North and South America have been making jerky as a sustainable way to preserve their meats for centuries.

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Sharing Stories from the Deep: FisherPoets

Sharing Stories from the Deep: FisherPoets

You’ve probably never heard of the annual FisherPoets Gathering, but this unique event, with community at its heart, has been growing in size and popularity since its founding 20 years ago. Indeed, one might raise an eyebrow at the idea of fishermen and fisherwomen from across the country ascending a stage to perform prose, music, and storytelling for three days, but sink into the essence and quality of what takes place at FisherPoets and you’ll quickly be reminded of something. Fishing, like storytelling, is as old as mankind. Subsequently, this community is very talented at both.

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Is Fish Jerky the Protein Snack of the Future?

Is Fish Jerky the Protein Snack of the Future?

When thinking about jerky you probably aren’t thinking of the snack of the future. In fact, you’re probably convinced that those plastic-wrapped sticks of beef, turkey, bacon, or other industrialized meat will soon disappear from gas station shelves as people begin to seek healthier snack alternatives.

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5 Better Dried Foods to Bring on your Next Camping Trip

5 Better Dried Foods to Bring on your Next Camping Trip

Camping isn’t supposed to be easy. For the adventurous spirits among us, that’s precisely why we choose to head into the Wilds. In order to spend a long day hiking and setting up your camp, you are going to need fuel, and even without a full kitchen at your disposal there are foods you can bring with you to maximize taste and nutritional value in the field.

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Rockfish is a Great Source of Selenium and Here’s Why It Matters

Rockfish is a Great Source of Selenium and Here’s Why It Matters

The health benefits of rockfish are massively undervalued. Rockfish, also known as striped bass, is high in protein, vitamin D, and selenium. Everyone has been beaten over the head with health benefits of protein by now. Protein is made up of amino acids, which rebuild cells (skin, hair, muscle, etc.), and consequently allow you to recover from exercise and stress quickly and look and feel good. 

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