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From Emmy Award winning producer Andrew Zimmern, in collaboration with multi-award-winner and storytelling visionary David E. Kelley, Hope in the Water explores the groundbreaking work of dedicated fishers, aqua farmers, and scientists who are attempting what was once thought impossible: harvesting aquatic species to feed our growing planet while saving our oceans.

In Alaska, the team at Native Conservancy harvests kelp and prepares a traditional feast.
Shrimp aquaculture scientist Loc Tran is making shrimp farming healthier and more sustainable.
A sustainable subscription fish program employs students to market less popular fish.
New approaches to fishing on the open ocean aim to turn peril into plenty.
Explore the secrets to sustainably feeding our growing population.
Creative approaches to diversifying our seafood diets are rewriting menus worldwide.
Icelandic Chef Gísli Matthías Auðunsson makes use of an entire cod, creating two seafood dishes.
Restoring an ancient Hawaiian fishpond may be the key to feeding a community.
Martha Stewart harvests Maine scallops and turns them into delicious delicacies.
Chef Rhoda Magbitang takes a creative approach to cooking urchin and abalone.
Discover the significance of Vietnam’s shrimp industry and how it's evolving today.
Martha Stewart joins Andrew Peters in Maine where he and his crew grow scallops.
Baratunde joins Rodolfo and Raimundo as they hunt for deepwater diamondback squid.
How Puerto Rico’s Deepwater Squid Fishery got its start in the wake of Hurricane Maria.
Shailene discovers how abalone and purple sea urchin are being sustainably harvested.
Creative approaches to diversifying our seafood diets are rewriting menus worldwide.