After our recent discussions about fish farming on land, even on roofs, I’m excited to see that a ‘fish allotment’ scheme is being tried in Bristol.
I say that it’ll be great if onshore fish farming becomes successful in Britain. Which species would be best? That remains to be seen. My thread about tilapia did include some discussion about whether that species is a good choice for human nutrition, and I notice that the Bristol project’s founder didn’t choose carp because ‘people don’t tend to like the taste of it’. And of course like all farmers, fish farmers do it for the money. The system would need to be developed so that it would make a profit.