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January 11, 2019

Fish farm operator leaves Michigan hatchery after court settlement

A four-year legal battle has been resolved in Michigan, U.S.A., with a fish farm receiving $160,000 settlement to vacate a hatchery on the Au Sable River.

New salmon hatchery in the works for BC

A $1 million salmon hatchery is being planned on the Charters River in B.C., Canada, to address water access issues in the area. The new hatchery will be the result of a partnership between the Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society and The Juan De Fuca Salmon Society.

Chinese delegation learns from Canadian hatcheries

As environmental groups in China are looking to find ways to restore salmon resources in the country, a helping hand has come from across the Pacific Ocean. A delegation from Chinese environmental groups visited several hatcheries in British Columbia, Canada, recently for fact-finding and cultural exchange.
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A closer look at luxury farming in Fiji's Pearl hatchery

Hunter Pearls Fiji has opened a hatchery and research lab in Savusavu, Fiji. The hatchery is able to house 4.5 million black-lip oyster larvae (Pinctada margaritifera) and will help the company recover after the harrowing impacts of increasingly severe tropical storms in recent years. Founder Justin Hunter, however, is keeping mum on much of the details, and with good reason. » Read more

Innovations in RAS technology

Representatives from AKVA group and Veolia, both recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) manufacturers, presented some of their new projects during the Atlantic Canada Fish Farmers Association Research Forum in St. Andrew’s, New Brunswick, Canada. Both groups have developed modified versions of traditional RAS systems, enhancing efficiency and bringing modern technology to the forefront of aquaculture management. » Read more

RAStech 2019

May 13-14, 2019 » Read more