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Purchasing behavior of seafood consumers is changing, but will it stick?

The Virginia Seafood Agricultural Research and Extension Center has conducted a consumer survey that looks at how consumer trends in seafood purchase changed during the pandemic.

The tide is turning

A positive public opinion poll is just one of the recent signs aquaculture in Nova Scotia is gaining further recognition, community trust.

Share Her Story: ‘Personal success requires innovation’

March's passion for aquaculture was cemented in March 1997, when she began her career at AquaBounty.
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New Aquaculture Program at Fleming College

Fleming College is launching a new Aquaculture Foundations certificate this fall. The program is two semesters online, culminating with a 90-hour work placement to provide real-world experience. The placement allows students to put theory into practice and provides valuable on-the-job training. Students can complete their placement at the Fleming fish hatchery at the Frost Campus in Lindsay, Ont., or at a placement with an industry employer.

The program also features a unique emphasis on Indigenous studies, with Indigenous practices and approaches to aquaculture embedded across the curriculum. » Learn more

Mussel farmer embraces modified polyculture system

“Mussel farming is the most sustainable and low-impact way of producing food I have ever heard of,” Matt Moretti told Aquaculture North America back in 2017. As part of the father-and-son duo running Bangs Island Mussels in Casco Bay, Portland, Moretti was back then just starting to scale up Integrated Multi-Tropic Aquaculture, a farming concept where complementary marine species are raised in one location to each other’s benefit. » Read more
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Get the freedom to design the diets you need.

With the increasing demands placed on aquafeed diets, feed manufacturers need more control than ever. Empyreal 75 is the pure, high-protein concentrate from corn that gives you control and flexibility over the diets you design. By opening up more space in the aquafeed diet, Empyreal 75 reduces the need for other, more costly forms of protein — so you have more freedom to formulate new, sustainable and more profitable products to meet the needs of your customers and markets. » Learn more at empyreal75.com

Future-proofing seafood production on the West Coast

North Island College is launching four research projects, focused on future-proofing seafood production with B.C. coastal communities. » Read more

Ontario government invests in northern aquaculture projects

Aquaculture projects in northern Ontario are some of the many new beneficiaries to the Canadian province’s CA$5 million government fund. » Read more
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Hatchery 101: Recruitment & Training

May 18, 2022
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Aquaculture UK 2022

May 3-5, 2022
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