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Pandemic impact spreads to North American aquaculture

Seafood farmers grasping at straws as restaurant closures wipe out sales

Skill, not tech, strongest success factor for RAS, finance expert says

It’s easy to think that it’s technology that will make or break land-based fish farms but it isn’t the best gauge of whether a project will succeed — it is people, according to Roy Høiås, founder and CEO of global investment firm Lighthouse Finance.
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Insect feed innovations take flight

Scientifically known as hermetia illucens, this common fly is gaining traction in aquaculture as a key ingredient that will help the industry keep up with the world’s growing demand for fish and seafood. » Read more

Lessons from a pandemic

The restrictions we’re seeing on the movement of people and products across borders bolster the case for a stronger domestic aquaculture and we need to act now, says the Northwest Aquaculture Alliance. » Read more

How aquaculture changed these Newfoundland communities

As the COVID-19 pandemic continued its relentless spread worldwide, the news that Northern Harvest Sea Farms regained its farming licences in the Fortune Bay region of Newfoundland and Labrador was much-needed good news for Ollerhead and her hometown. » Read more

Bittersweet first harvest for RAS pompano farm

In the tradition of many start-up companies, Joe Cardenas found himself serving both as CEO and delivery truck driver to transport pompano to quarantined consumers during COVID-19. » Read more
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