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Atlantic Canada association criticizes scientists'

The Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association (ACFFA) has spoken out against recent claims by two Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) scientists who stated that aquaculture is the major reason for declining Atlantic salmon populations in Newfoundland's Conne River.

Nova Scotia's Premium Seafood ceases operations due to government inaction

A Nova Scotia seafood company, Premium Seafoods Group, is ceasing its aquaculture operations due to the provincial government's delay with matters concerning the industry.

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Dallas Smith: Reconciliation in B.C. aquaculture

Dallas Smith is a spokesperson for the First Nations for Finfish Stewardship (FNFFS) and a member of the Tlowitsis First Nations in Campbell River, B.C. He talks with our host, Ian Roberts, about how the First Nations communities are coming together to defend the renewal of salmon farming licenses in British Columbia, Canada. » Read More...

Eliza Harrison’s mission in Ocean Rainforest to address climate change with seaweed aquaculture

Every workday is different for Eliza Harrison. But it’s typically split between being hands-on in the field and paperwork in the office all dedicated to the advancement of seaweed development. On a Monday at work, Harrison, together with her small California team works to load a 25-foot boat, launch it off the ramp, and sail it out. » Read More...

Stanford research examines relationship between small-scale fisheries and aquaculture

New research out of the Stanford Center for Ocean Solutions has examined the trade-offs and potential synergies between small-scale fisheries (SSFs) and aquaculture. The research involved assessing and analyzing 46 different case studies from 30 different countries. » Read More...


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