The Problem with Invasive Species
1) Non-native "invasive" species negatively affect food webs by competing with native species for food and habitat.
2) Invasive species feed on native species disrupting their lifecycles.
3) Invasive species spread harmful foreign diseases and parasites, causing serious decline in native species.
4) Invasive species reduce native vegetation, habitat and bank integrity causing pollutants to degrade the water quality which cause Dead Zones.
Are Invasive Species Safe to Eat?
Here at Cattell House we are proud to offer high quality, safe ingredients to our customers and recipients.
Not only are our non-native species safe to eat, they are a healthy and sustainable food source!
We Need You
With every 100 volunteers, we can remove 72,000 to 144,000 pounds of invasive non-native crayfish per year!
Removing invasive species helps support habitat preservation which helps our local environments and communities thrive!
The Hunger Problem
Over 38 million people are food insecure in America.
Over 486,000 individuals face HUNGER in Oregon and over 125,000 are children.
INTRODUCING A NEW SOLUTION
Meet Crab & Cray
Crab & Cray's goal is to serve a minimum of 25,400 individuals at no cost.