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January 30, 2019

On the half shell: ‘Captain Clam’ puts a face to Greenwich, Connecticut’s booming shellfish industry

If you’ve been to Eastern seaboard, you may have heard of Captain Clam. His name is Edward Stilwagen and hard clams have been part of his life since he was very young, in the 1940s, when they were worth only 2 cents apiece.

Stronger America Through Seafood reaching out to seafood community stakeholders

U.S., advocacy group Stronger America Through Seafood (SATS) is requesting support for increasing U.S. production of healthful, sustainable and affordable seafood through marine aquaculture.

Auburn Aquaponics Workshop coming up

Auburn University’s Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute has announced a Commercial Aquaponics Workshop to be held in Auburn Alabama from April 9 through the 11.

Study reveals ideal condition for most effective treatment for amoebic gill disease

Freshwater is used to treat amoebic gill disease (AGD) in salmonids but when it poses a logistical challenge, hydrogen peroxide treatment may be used. The effectiveness of the results, however, depends on the water temperature.

Award-winning marine biologist to lead Institute of Aquaculture

Award-winning marine biologist Selina Stead is taking on a new role as head of the Institute of Aquaculture (IoA) on March 1.

2019 Seafarmers Conference and Trade Show

January 24-25 2019
Halifax, Nova Scotia
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