Perhaps (if it's not too much trouble) you could, underneath the links for finding wild salmon put a link to msc.org's page showing which fisheries are using their guidelines for sustainable management. Equal air-time, so to speak. In other words it's not what you wrote, so much as how the page is laid out.
I agree that it's important to find a solution that will not "save" (quotations because a lot of what they're doing is bad for the wild salmon, especially the genetic manipulation! grrrr) one species at the expense of others.
BTW, regarding hog farming: the manure does not always stay in one place. It's usually not intentionally dumped into lakes and rivers, but, like the farmed salmon that escape, accidents do happen. Maybe your next article?
I think one good place to start, if someone is
going to buy farmed salmon, is to point them in the right direction. Go to the Marine Stewardship Council web site
, choose either the "flash site" or the "html site" (html will be the quicker one) and click on "consumers". There you will find a list of seafood companies that follow their guidelines for sustainable practices.
[ May 17, 2001: Message edited by: Greg ]