At the Ocean Conservation Trust we believe in empowering people to make positive changes in their lives for not only their benefit, but the benefit of the Ocean too.
The National Marine Aquarium – our centre of Ocean excellence – is based in the coastal city of Plymouth. We want to empower the city of Plymouth to embark of a seafood journey by working with the fishing industry and local chefs to produce “Sound Fish: Know What You Eat”.
This guide that aims to connect the people who live there with the seafood they eat – and champion the amazing variety of local, sustainable seafood available to us on our doorstep. The guide showcases fifteen species that are rated as sustainable and celebrates Plymouth’s fishing heritage.
As well as knowledge about fish choices and where to find them, the guide has some tasty recipes from chefs, fishermen and locals, to encourage them to move away from the Big 5 – Cod, Tuna, Haddock, Salmon and Prawns.
You can download our full Sound Fish booklet with 15 tasty recipes to try below, and if you have any good recipes or want to find out more then send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org