Undercurrent News - March 20, 2019
Sea Pact, an association of ten major North American seafood companies, announced at Seafood Expo North America conference on March 19 it would be providing funding support to six new projects advancing seafood sustainability globally.
Spectrum News - February 1, 2019
The first aqua farm in federal waters is in Southern California. It’s about 10 miles out from San Pedro and six miles from the coast of Huntington Beach.
Undercurrent News - January 28, 2019
SAN PEDRO, California, US -- Don’t bother telling Phil Cruver, founder of the Catalina Sea Ranch (CSR), that he needs to be patient.
Nearly seven years after taking the initial steps necessary to build his 100-acre Mediterranean mussel (Mytilus Galloprovincialis) farm some six miles off the coast of Los Angeles, California -- the only commercial aquaculture facility operating in US federal waters -- he is ready to make it 30 times larger and further backup his trademarked claim of operating the “Aquaculture Capital of America”.
January 2019 Video on Facebook
Catalina Sea Ranch has created the first aquaculture facility in U.S. federal waters to deliver fresh, sustainable, regenerative protein to feed the world.
The Washington Post - November 26, 2018
Quartz News In-Depth Episode on Facebook Watch - September 27, 2018
This Farm Could Help Meet Rising Seafood Demand
USA Today - September 14 - 16, 2018 Weekend Print Edition
Growing Mussels and Giant Kelp in San Pedro at the First Offshore ShellfishRanch in Federal Waters
Los Angeles City Council-member Joe Buscaino featured Catalina Sea Ranch at the "Future of LA Waterfront 2016”