Extension / Public Education

New posters highlight local CA seafood


Seafoods caught and grown in Central California. Double click to enlarge.
Credit: CASG

Many of us may be pretty clueless about what fishermen catch off our coast, the gear they use, or the species that are farmed.

To help educate the public, California Sea Grant has created four regional posters that highlight local, commercially caught and farmed marine seafood.

The posters are available free for download and printing at Discover California Fisheries.

Each poster includes a sampling of the more than 50 varieties of seafood caught and grown in four regions of California, along with information on their seasonality and the gear or methods used. The four regions are:

California Sea Grant Extension Specialists Carolynn Culver and Carrie Pomeroy developed the posters, using a design produced in collaboration with Ben Ciccati, Kim Selkoe and Heather Lahr.

For more information, contact:

Carolynn Culver, cculver@ucsd.edu

Carrie Pomeroy, cpomeroy@ucsd.ed


NOAA’s California Sea Grant College Program is a statewide, multi-university program of marine research, extension services, and education activities administered by Scripps Institution of Oceanography at the University of California, San Diego. It is one of 33 Sea Grant programs and is part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. Visit our website (www.csgc.ucsd.edu) to sign up for email news or follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

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