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…

Smoking hot

You might have noticed from previous blog posts (see Garden bounty and Pepper harvest) that FISHBIO loves gardening. Our company garden, aptly named FISHBIO Farms, grows some Read More…

Food for thought

As fall unfolds and Californians soldier on through the drought, many farmers throughout the Central Valley are taking a tally of their annual harvest. Many of the Read More…

Garden bounty

Nothing is better than enjoying the fruits (or veggies) of your garden labor in the summer. This year we gambled and planted our vegetable garden early because Read More…

Riverside gardens

The months of March and April are the height of the dry season in Laos. No rain breaks the persistent heat and the air is hazy with Read More…

Pepper harvest

As the end of summer nears, we are in the midst of daily harvests of peppers and other fruits and veggies from our garden at “FISHBIO Farms.” Read More…

FISH(BIO) farms?

[gallery link="file" ids="15696,15694,15695"] About six months ago we thought it would be fun to incorporate a little sustainable living into our office. We’ve been recycling for years Read More…