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October 26, 2018

Environmental group to sue New Hampshire hatchery

The Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) says that the food and waste from the Powder Mill Fish Hatchery in New Durham have caused water quality violations in the Merrymeeting River and other nearby water bodies.

Agricultural waste as fish feed alternative

Researchers in the Philippines are providing fish farmers new options to pull down feed costs without comprising fish performance.

Reduced cost makes genomic selection feasible

Genomic selection provides an efficient solution to the perennial issue of early maturation in Atlantic salmon, which could lead to reduced growth, poor flesh quality and mortality.

The world is their oyster

The shellfish industry in British Columbia has at least two very happy people this fall. Carl Butterworth is the manager of the Vancouver Island University’s (VIU’s) Deep Bay Marine Field Station and Dr. Tim Green is the new Canada research chair in Shellfish Health and Genomics at the Deep Bay station. Here’s what these two are up to. » Read more
French Connection

French connection

When Eric Pederson of Ideal Fish needed European sea bass fry for his indoor RAS installation in Connecticut, U.S.A., he went to Europe to get them. Here’s a look inside Les Poissons du Soleil’s hatchery in Montpellier, France. » Read more