If you are worried about the declining population of wild salmon, you’ve come to the right place. We cover everything you need to know about the plight of these important fish species, from causes to solutions, and everything in between.
Here’s a sneak peek at what we cover in this blog
Why the population is decreasing: Toxins and destruction of fish habitat are the main reasons why wild salmons stocks are dwindling. Most real estate developers see wetlands as a nuisance rather than a feature, and that has endangered the whole ecosystem.
Salmon farming: The solution to all our problems may lie in salmon farming. It might be the only way to repopulate wild stocks and sustain economies. As the population grows, there will be more demand for salmon, and there no doubt wild stocks cannot meet that demand.
Learn how to farm salmon: Surprisingly, the world has a pretty big appetite for salmon. The industry is doing so good that some economies depend on it, and farmers are making decent money. So we decided to give you a crash course on how to start a salmon farm.
Saving wild salmon: Runoff water is one of the leading causes of wild salmon decrease. The water washes away pesticides, motor oil, and other toxic chemicals and dumps it in rivers where salmon breed. That affects their reproduction systems and also gives the hatchlings a tough time. We cover everything you can do at a personal and community level to save this endangered species.