As heard on NPR's Morning Edition.
Fish farming raises a lot of environmental concerns, even as it meets more of the world's appetite for seafood. Most of the farmed fish Americans eat comes from overseas, where there are few controls to mitigate issues including habitat destruction and water pollution. Now, fish farming is growing off the California coast — and the companies involved say they can do it while meeting tougher environmental standards.
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Reporter: Chris Richard -