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Sept. 18, 2019
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Tilapia meets cannabis

Shortly after purchasing a 100,000-sq-foot facility in St. Stephen, New Brunswick to start an aquaponics farm, Tanner Stewart abandoned leafy greens and instead sought to pair tilapia with a newly legalized crop that represents a growing sector of the Canadian market: marijuana.

Multi-species farmer adding aquaponics to operations

Keith Wilda and Jim Malandrinos have always dreamed of starting an aquaculture business together. Twenty years later, that dream came true.

Impact investors needed for land-based farms: study

There’s a growing realization of the potentials of land-based aquaculture but it appears investors are still hesitant to dive in, according to a recent study. » Read More

Marine tech company to launch sea drones into Atlantic

A marine tech company based in Newfoundland is creating an ultra-high definition map of Atlantic Canada’s seafloor using sensor-laden drones. » Read More

A boost for tilapia health

Benchmark, a specialist in manufacturing nutrition and health products for aquaculture, says it has made a discovery that has the potential to reduce streptococcus infections in Nile tilapia. » Read More


Aquaculture Innovation Europe

Sept. 10 – 11
Location: London, UK
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Cold Harvest 2019

Sept. 24-26, 2019
Location: Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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Aquaculture Europe 2019

Oct. 7 – 10
Location: Berlin, Germany
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RAStech 2020

November 16 – 17, 2020
Location:South Carolina, U.S.A.
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