Waiting for Kiwis

FISHBIO Farms has enjoyed many fruits and vegetables over the last few years, but one fruit we have yet to taste is the FISHBIO kiwi.  We planted Read More…

Hot Sauce 101

One of many reasons we planted such a diverse variety of new peppers in the FISHBIO garden this year was to find the perfect blend of peppers Read More…

Seed Banking

Our travels abroad have taken us to some of the best culinary spots in the world, and inspire our own gastronomic pursuits once we return home. In Read More…

Backyard Barnyard

FISHBIO takes pride in promoting a green and sustainable company culture, one that we feel best reflects the nature of our work. When we completed our move Read More…

Sweet to Spicy

As California’s Central Valley weather heats up, tiny peppers begin to appear on the more than 50 varieties of peppers we planted in the FISHBIO garden this Read More…

Hops Galore

More hops – we are planting more hops at FISHBIO Farms! A few years ago we planted a couple of dozen hop plants of just two varieties, Read More…

Peter Piper Picked a Peck of Pickled…

No doubt you’ve heard the tongue twister “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers…” But did you know a “peck” is a quarter of a bushel, Read More…

Chicken therapy

When things are particularly hectic around the office, it’s always a comfort to steal away and momentarily unwind. Paying a visit to our chicken coop usually offers Read More…

Greening up

Earth Day (today) is a good reminder for all of us to take stock of our efforts to reduce our impact on the planet, and find ways Read More…

A new fish doctor in the house

 FISHBIO is excited to announce the newest addition to our staff: Dr. Christine Verhille is an expert in conservation physiology who comes to us from the University Read More…