Spreading the Word about Sustainable Seafood #sustainableseafood @seafoodwatch

So honored and thrilled to be spreading the word about ‪#‎sustainableseafood‬ and supporting the Monterey Bay Aquarium‘s Seafood Watch program.

This year, I will be traveling around the country popping up on local TV shows to share recipes and sustainable seafood tips and meeting wonderful people (Seafood Watch Partners) who support sustainable seafood in their cities. Next week –  our first trip to Cleveland, Ohio where I will appear on Live on Lakeside on Wednesday morning… More fun adventures to follow which I will continue to share!

Download the Seafood Watch App – it makes finding sustainable seafood so EASY and FUN!

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4 thoughts on “Spreading the Word about Sustainable Seafood #sustainableseafood @seafoodwatch

  1. Nathan, great post. (the seafood watch) Thanks for spreading the word. We met u in Tahoe few yrs back. Glad to see you on the west coast, and sending such a great message. In Oregon, they don’t practice this sustainability so much, and it’s frustrating to see. Especially with the wildlife and the timber industry, that arguement will continue forever. At least the feds stopped the Canadians from building ANOTHER pipeline from Klamath Falls to Coos Bay, across pristine forests and private lands. They needed it to frack natural gas to sell to the Japanese. “It would create jobs” 30 ft jobs to be exact, and for highly trained individuals that the would have had to import anyway. It is nice to see that some people actually DO care about our planet. The first thing is knowledge. Most don’t have a clue that using laundry detergent with phosphates (tide, gain) kills fish, adds to cause blue/green algae which makes lakes and rivers untouchable to humans and pets. It will make them sick, and possibly die. So thanks for spreading awareness.

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