By the end of this year, the Atlantic Ocean will be home to the world’s first ocean farm, built on the waters of New York Harbor.
The project, which could be the first commercial marine farm in the US, has received the support of dozens of environmental groups, including the League of Conservation Voters, the Nature Conservancy, the New England Aquarium, and the National Marine Fisheries Service.
The site in Southampton, New York, is home to a new fish farming facility that is set to produce up to 25,000 pounds of fresh fish per year for local restaurants and retailers.
The fish farm is slated to open by early 2019.
In addition to producing fresh fish, the facility will also provide a secure place for fish to grow in an ecosystem that is already thriving in New York City.
The ocean farm is one of many examples of how marine farming can help solve a number of environmental issues.
While marine farming has been around for a few decades, the ocean farming project has received a lot of attention in recent years, thanks in part to the recent collapse of the global economy.
In the wake of that economic collapse, many people are looking for ways to create jobs, expand their businesses, and feed themselves in ways that do not rely on fossil fuels.
And, as more and more businesses seek to increase their bottom line, marine farming could provide a way to do that without relying on fossil fuel-based energy sources.
In some cases, it could also create a new way for people to feed themselves, by increasing the supply of organic vegetables and herbs and improving their health.
As such, many of the environmental groups who supported the project are eager to see it succeed.
The Atlantic Ocean is the world´s largest ocean and its waters are rich in marine life.
It´s the only ocean that is home in large part to ocean creatures such as blue whales, sea turtles, sharks, and sea cucumbers, which are keystone species that provide food for many species of fish.
The new fish farm at Southampton, N.Y. has received extensive support from environmental groups.
(Photo: Andrew Puzder) “The Atlantic Ocean provides a keystone habitat for many animals, such as whales, dolphins, sea turtle, and seals,” said Matt Biesecker, director of policy for the League for Conservation Voters.
“There are no other areas of the ocean where marine life thrives, or that are thriving as well as the Atlantic is.”
The Atlantic has long been a place where people can make their mark on nature, especially in the form of sustainable farming.
For decades, scientists have been looking for new ways to grow food on the ocean, and now the ocean is poised to be one of the places where people and their families can reap the benefits of this.
For many, the future of ocean farming lies in the sea, as it is home both to the largest fish farms in the world and a growing number of seafood farms.
The growing demand for seafood has been driven by rising demand for more sustainable seafood and an increasing appetite for natural foods.
There are already hundreds of fish farms on the Atlantic Coast, including some that have been around since the 1800s.
But the Atlantic ocean farm project will be one more example of what ocean farming can do for coastal communities.
With its proximity to New York and New Jersey, the site is close to a number major transportation hubs and major airports.
Additionally, the location makes it ideal for a range of different kinds of fisheries, from aquaculture to marine farming.
“The ability to produce fresh fish in the ocean creates an excellent habitat for fish,” said Paul Mather, president and CEO of the Atlantic Fishery Society.
“As an industry, we want to continue to grow our business, to be more productive, and to provide jobs.”
The new ocean farm will provide a safe haven for fish in an ocean that has been suffering from the effects of climate change, especially sea level rise.
For the past year, climate change has been increasing in frequency and severity.
The average sea level has risen an average of more than 7 inches in the past 30 years, and it will continue to rise.
This is expected to continue for decades to come.
At the same time, more and better technology is making it easier for fish farmers to grow fish in ways they never could before.
The current ocean farm site in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
(Image: Mark Wilson/Getty Images) The new marine farm facility is scheduled to open in 2019.
(Video: Andrew M. Toth/Associated Press) The Atlantic is one place where coastal communities and the ocean are growing economically and culturally.
For instance, the area has a large population of fishermen who are turning to the ocean for a variety of reasons.
For some, it´s a place to learn new skills, such a in the marine fish industry.
For others, it is a place of recreation, where people go to relax and socialize.
“It´s hard to find people who are interested in the Atlantic