Materials

 

So what does Green Catch include?

 

Here’s the list of materials (and it’s all free!)

 

  • “Welcome to Green Catch” instruction sheet to explain and guide the educator/advocate through the program

 

  • A short “Can the Oceans Keep Up with the Hunt?” video from Seafood Watch that explains the issues of sustainable seafood

 

  • “Can the Oceans Keep Up with the Hunt?” worksheet (with accompanying answer sheet) that can be given to students to fill out as they watch the video

 

  • A Seafood Watch Training Video for educators/advocates containing tips and advice

 

  • Seafood Watch presentation (with accompanying script) that also explains the issues of sustainable seafood

 

  • Seafood Watch Pocket Guides, Activism and Awareness cards, and Culinary Substitutions list


  • “Behind the Counter” worksheet (with accompanying answer sheet) that discusses the various fishing methods used today

 

  • “Sustainable Affair” worksheet (with accompanying answer sheet) that gives students practice with using the various Seafood Watch materials

 

  • An “About Aquaculture” worksheet (with accompanying answer sheet) that helps students learn more about the issues associated with seafood farming practices

 

  • “Sustainable Seafood Quiz” (with accompanying answer sheet) that can be given to students at the conclusion of the lesson

 

  • “Fast Facts” sheet that provides more information regarding seafood

 

  • The “Waves of Change” presentation (with accompanying script) that addresses the issue of sustainable seafood in regards to the economic and vocational aspects of our society, as well as addressing the concept of restaurant accountability and proposes the legislative petition

 

  • The “National and Californian Ocean Economies” economic fact sheet that provides more information regarding the ocean and our economy

 

  • “Helpful Links and Resources” sheet that provides resources for additional sustainable seafood information

 

  • “Restaurant Accountability” legislative petition that provides the adult facet of society a way to quickly enable consumers to make better, more informed seafood decisions

 

  • list of “California Educational Standards Met by Green Catch” to showcase the versatility and practicality of including the Green Catch program in a curriculum

 

  • An “About the Author” article to share the story of Green Catch‘s creation