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ANB releases calibration-free pH sensors

ANB Sensors, creator and manufacturer of pH sensor technology that requires no calibration, announced their range of AQ and OC Series sensors are fully released and shipping. With four models to choose from, the AQ5 and AQ50 models operating to 5-50 metres depths respectively are ideally suited to aquaculture facilities, including RAS facilities, well boats, and ferry box applications.

Thurston County judge rules Washington's net pen ban has 'no legal effect'

Thurston County Superior Court Judge Indu Thomas has ruled that Washington's net pen ban has "no legal effect." This ruling came after a summary judgment hearing in the Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe-Northwest Aquaculture Alliance’s (NWAA) complaint against the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR). In a Nov. 18, 2022, press conference, Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz announced that Washington’s public aquatic lands will no longer be home to commercial finfish net pen aquaculture.

CAIA hiring a policy and regulatory affairs coordinator

The Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance (CAIA) is hiring for the position of policy and regulatory affairs coordinator on a part-time basis. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in science or technical studies, economics or a related field, enjoy public policy and technical analysis, have a minimum of five years of work in a related field and have strong writing skills.

Hawai'i aquaculturists push for sector support amid sales growth

For the second consecutive year, Hawaiʻi achieved significant heights in aquaculture, yet local industry maintains that its full potential remains largely unexplored. According to a report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), in 2022, local aquaculture sales were US$89.6 million, up from US$80 million in sales in 2021.

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Carving a path for California trout

Mt. Lassen California Trout and Steelhead (MLCTS) will celebrate their 75th anniversary next year. A family business, Phil Mackey took the reins of the company nearly 50 years ago and his daughter, Katie Mackey Harris, grew up around the farms. Now, that family tradition continues as Mackey Harris has taken over as company president » Read More...
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Aquaculture Africa 2023

Nov. 13-16, 2023
Lusaka, Zambia
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Aquaculture America 2024

Feb. 18-21, 2024
San Antonio, Texas, USA
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