December 2010 /  Issue 9

Our Readers Have Spoken
EPA's Carmen White shares the latest on the collaborative and summarizes what you, our readers, told us you enjoyed most from our newsletter and blog.

Eat Outside of the Box

The Aquarium of the Pacific'sWhat do quinoa salad with pomegranate vinaigrette and farm-raised rainbow trout in fennel onion marmalade have in common? Does your favorite restaurant serve sustainable fish? Win free aquarium tickets by eating well. Here's how.

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Avoid Hangover from Protein
Restorative Seafood and Ecosystem HealthAcclaimed chef and author Barton Seaver asks that you take only what you need for dinner. Can dinner choices help save our oceans?

California Dreaming: Fisherman's Paradise

Did you know that Pier Fishing in CaliforniaCalifornia has more fishing opportunities than any other state in the country? Can you guess what else fisherman love about California? Hint: It's license-related.

What Not to Eat

FCEC Visits the Cerritos Rod & Gun Club Members of the Cerritos Rod & Gun Club learn about what fish to avoid. Hear what the president of the club took away from the presentation.

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The Fish Contamination Education Collaborative (FCEC) is a consortium of federal, state and local agencies as well as community organizations collaborating to address the public health risks associated with eating contaminated fish related to the Palos Verdes Shelf Superfund Site. FCEC is the public outreach and education component of the USEPA's Institutional Controls program that works in conjunction with monitoring and enforcement efforts.