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Public opinion poll on a U.S. offshore aquaculture industry

Stronger America Through Seafood commissioned a survey from May 20-23, 2022 to gain opinions of 1,020 likely voters about a U.S. aquaculture, or fish farming, industry.

Saltonstall-Kennedy grant accepts pre-proposals for FY23 projects

The Saltonstall-Kennedy program administers a yearly grant competition, which annually funds approximately 40 projects for US$10 million that lead to the promotion, development and marketing of U.S. fisheries.

Sylvia Wulf: Finding your path to the C-suite

In this episode, Sylvia Wulf, president and chief executive officer of AquaBounty Technologies, talks about challenges to bridging the gap, and what has helped her advance leadership positions and senior roles throughout her career.
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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

BC farm grows rainbow trout with water lentils

This month of May, the first young rainbow trout will arrive in Surrey, British Columbia at the first aquaponics facility of Vancouver-based company Pontus. Both trout and a highly-nutritious crop called water lentils will be produced organically. » Read more
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Medaka: Biology, Management, and Experimental Protocols, Volume 2

The second volume of Medaka: Biology, Management, and Experimental Protocols, together with the first volume, helps to familiarize scientists with the advantages of using medaka in experimental designs, to facilitate research using medaka, and to stimulate progress by adopting medaka as a model animal. The second edition expands on the first by providing additional information and current protocols that have been recently developed, or modified, to successfully raise medaka fish under stable culture conditions in the laboratory. » Learn more

The tide is turning

Nova Scotians think the province’s aquaculture industry positively impacts the economy, employment, and sustainability of a local food source – this is the key takeaway of a recent opinion poll commissioned by the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia. » Read more

Impact of climate crisis on fish farmers worse than pandemic’s

As distressing as the pandemic is, economic losses from the climate crisis are worse, according to a survey of seafood farmers around the world. » Read more
HI top 10 under 40 webinar


HI Top 10 Under 40: Leading by Example

July 20, 2022
Webinar, Hatchery International
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WAS North America & Aquaculture Canada 2022

August 15 - August 18, 2022
St. John’s, Newfoundland
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