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Government faces pressure as B.C. fish farm licenses near expiration

First Nations communities in British Columbia, Canada, are keeping a close watch on the actions of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, anxious to find out what the government will do after federal licenses for fish farms operating in a contentious body of water in the province expire next week.

The best medicine: Laughter, served with a side of humility

Hugh Warren III, longtime executive vice-president of the Catfish Farmers of America, passed away in early July. I had been warned that “Hugh’s time was short” because of a terminal illness, but his passing was nonetheless a shock. It left an enormous void in my life.
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US researchers build case for burbot production

In Belgium, burbot is at the heart of a beloved traditional Flemish stew. Scandinavians revere its roe. It is said that a French home cook would sell her soul for a burbot’s liver. Today in Finland, a sustainable luxury brand markets burbot handbags for over US$500. » Read more
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Show me the money

In this RAS Talk episode hosts Mari-Len De Guzman and Brian Vinci talk about the various aspects of investing in RAS. It’s an engaging discussion about investors’ perspectives in RAS technology and land-based aquaculture, the risks and the opportunities as well as their outlook on the sector. » Listen now

Let’s get technical

RAS engineering and design specialist Marc Sorensen takes us through the history and evolution of RAS in aquaculture. Co-host Brian Vinci also provides his insights on the beginnings of RAS technology. In this episode, we get into the technical details of the why, the how, as well as the current and emerging challenges involved in designing and operating a recirculating aquaculture system. » Listen now
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March 22-25, 2021
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Aquaculture Europe 2020

April 12-15, 2021
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