Mar Vista Farmers' Market, 3826 Grand Avenue, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m."Sustainable seafood" and how we achieve it will be part of the information available at the Green Tent Sunday at the
Anyone interested in learning about seafood and fresh water fish nationwide can visit with a representative of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries, who will be on hand to talk about how the federal agency works to ensure that commercial and recreational fishing in U.S. waters is sustainable, according to MarVista.org.
Visitors can also learn about FIshWatch, a NOAA Fisheries website that offers easy-to-understand science-based facts to help consumers make smart sustainable seafood choices.
On the west coast, NOAA Fisheries implements management plans for species such as tuna, swordfish, sardine, groundfish and salmon, and administers the U.S. Dolphin-Safe Tuna Tracking & Verification Program.
For more information, visit www.nmfs.noaa.gov.