Glamping at Miracle Hot Springs

With school starting in the next few weeks and summer winding down it’s time to start planning some staycations, to keep from getting cabin fever. Staycations are vacations that are close enough to home that they can happen on a two day weekend yet far enough that it feels like you’re away from it all.

Continue reading The Age of Aquaculture

Stroll by a supermarket fresh fish counter and you’ll see varying shades of pink and gray flesh—salmon, trout, catfish, raw shrimp—piled on mounds of crushed ice. But look closer through the smudged display case and you’ll find a United Nations assembly of marine ambassadors, name tags proclaiming: “Arrowtooth Flounder, U.S.A., wild” or “Fresh farmed salmon steak, color added, Canada, farm-raised” or “Raw shrimp, Thailand, farm-raised.”

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