UWF to offer new course on marketing lionfish as food

UWF to offer new course on marketing lionfish as food

UWF to offer new course on marketing lionfish as food

Beginning this spring, the University of West Florida College of Business will offer a new course that will delve into the potential to market the highly invasive lionfish to consumers. The hope is that enhancing the lionfish market as food could help curb its threat to native species in the Gulf of Mexico.

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