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Cooke Aquaculture quits court battle against Washington's DNR

Cooke Aquaculture Pacific, LLC has dismissed its appeal against the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (“DNR”) seeking reinstatement of Cooke’s leases at the Rich Passage and Hope Island steelhead trout fish farms in Puget Sound. Cooke initially commenced this action when DNR refused to give enough time to safely harvest its fish and remove farming equipment from the water following DNR’s “arbitrary and punitive lease renewal denials in 2022.”

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Although there are historic records of aquaculture in China and Egypt from thousands of years ago, the domestication of farmed fish has a much shorter…

Updates to BAP salmon farm standard up for public review

The Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP) Salmon Farm Standard Issue 3.0 has been released for a public comment period. According to The Global Seafood Alliance, issue 3.0 has been modified from the previous issue 2.4 to make it more comprehensive. The most significant changes addressed social responsibility, wildlife and predator interactions, animal health and welfare, and biosecurity and disease management.

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Dr. Stefanie Colombo: Debunking nutritional myths of farmed salmon

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Atarraya’s Shrimpbox wins the Edison Awards

Food tech company, Atarraya Inc., has won the Edison Awards.  Atarraya was recognized for its Shrimpbox technology, designed to solve the problems of traditional shrimp production without antibiotics. “This recognition underlines our unwavering commitment to innovation in sustainable aquaculture,” a LinkedIn post from Atarraya reads. » Read More...

Ace Aquatec appoints new Head of Sales to support growth

Aquaculture technology company Ace Aquatec has appointed a new head of sales.  Ben Perry has over 15 years of experience working across freshwater and marine finfish production, and animal health. He brings a wealth of knowledge and passion for the aquaculture sector to his new role. » Read More...


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