MotherJones examines how industrial-style fish farming is threatening native fish and the ecosystems that depend on them. The story focuses on "the latest battleground: British Columbia," where non-native Atlantic species have been introduced into Pacific waters. Nearly 400,000 farm-raised Atlantics escaped in the last decade and threatened "to outcompete an already stressed population of Pacific salmon." The report looks at the economic problems of the region, and points to the poor performance of the British Columbia's fishing industry.
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