Could California’s ocean ranches solve a global food shortage and fix the seafood trade deficit?
The Catalina Sea Ranch is a 100 acre plot of ocean located six miles off the coast of Huntington Beach, California. At the ranch farmer Phil Cruver grows mussels. However he dreams a larger dream. Mr. Cruver plans to expand the ranch to 3,000 acres splitting it evenly between mussel, seaweed, and cage cultures. (via The Washington Post)