Here are the most popular posts in July. I have been putting up a list of the most popular for the past year or so. If you are looking for the most popular in a certain month, look on the first day of the next month, or close to it, for the previous months most viewed posts.
1. The Joys of Boating: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2018/07/the-joys-of-boating.html. The usual disaster for me, turns into fun reading for other boat owners.
2. John Horgan: What Are You Thinking? - Four year deal? First Nations Approval: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2018/07/john-horgan-what-are-you-thinking-four.html. This article on the Broughton Archipelago fish farm licences was the most popular post of the month.
3. DFO, Salmon and Killer Whales - Take Two: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2018/06/dfo-salmon-and-killer-whales-take-two.html. A reprise of the first article on this subject that received 9,000 page views.
4. Taxpayer Support for Fish Farms - Too much Money to Ruin our Ocean and Kill our Salmon: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2018/06/taxpayer-support-for-fish-farms-too.html.
5. Raise Fish Farm License to $32 Million - Save Wild Salmon: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2018/07/raise-bc-fish-farm-license-to-32.html. The reality is that the big Norwegian companies are paying this in their own country. In BC, it is $5000. Yes, it really is that bad, and they get to pollute our ocean. They should have been paying since day one.
6. Fish Farms, Big Tobacco, Pretty Much the Same Thing: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2018/07/fish-farms-big-tobacco-pretty-much-same.html. This link is to the second post. There are three posts on the Sarah K. Cox report on fish farm activities. Two of the articles are posted on July 20, 2018, while the third is posted on the 26th of February, 2018.
7. 240 On-Land Fish Farm Systems and more than 20,000 actual on land fish farms around the world: https://fishfarmnews.blogspot.com/2016/05/152-different-on-land-fish-farm-systems.html.
This is the all-time most popular post on this site, showing that there are, in fact, on-land fish farms all over the world, contrary to what the big Norwegian companies would have you believe.