Aquaculture North America





Ryan Bethea spends a significant time every week driving around North Carolina to bring his product to the people. That’s because as much as Oysters Carolina is a business, it’s also designed to benefit the community.
https://www.aquaculturenorthamerica.com/oysters-for-all/ #aquaculture #oysterfarming #seafood

Arguably the hardest hit among #seafood farmers during the pandemic, oyster growers are well on their way to recovery, as are finfish farmers, but a shortage of skilled workers could slow the pace of growth
https://www.aquaculturenorthamerica.com/n-american-seafood-farmers-face-pressure-from-staff-shortages-as-recovery-begins/ #aquaculture #aquaculturejobs #fishfarming

.@GriegNL expects to reach its 2025 target harvest of 15,000 tonnes despite the culling of 1 million smolts this past summer because one fish was found to have the infectious salmon anemia virus
https://www.aquaculturenorthamerica.com/griegs-newfoundland-operations-remain-on-target-despite-snag/ #aquaculture #salmonfarming #seafood #fishwelfare