UK shellfish, seaweed farms offer valuable habitats for coastal fish

Seaweed farming Cornwall

Surveys suggest mussel and seaweed farms could create new feeding grounds for fish of commercial and ecological importance

Shellfish and seaweed farming offer potentially sustainable food sources and are increasingly recognised for their additional environmental benefits, but research into their value for fish populations is currently lacking.

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