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May 3, 2019

Feds help fund Cooke expansion

New Brunswick producer Cooke Aquaculture is expanding its facilities and advancing its existing salmon breeding program, with a $5.6 million boost from the Canadian government.

Center for Aquaculture Technologies sold to aquaculture investment fund

On April 23, 2019, all shares in aquaculture R&D company The Center for Aquaculture Technologies, were purchased by Cuna Del Mar LP, a US-based aquaculture investment fund, for an undisclosed amount from Linnaeus Capital Partners BV.

Stakeholders call for measures to support chinook, sockeye in British Columbia

Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) salmon spawning numbers in the Upper Fraser, Nechako and Stuart rivers in British Columbia, Canada, have caused a number of concerned parties to call for enhanced funding and information gathering, including looking into the establishment of a conservation hatchery.
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An ill-suited location did not stop New Brunswick’s biggest hatchery from thriving. But there’s no magic bullet to success. » Read more

New fish farm in Kazakhstan to breed Sudanium catfish

A state-of-the-art fish farm was recently launched near the city of Aktobe, Kazakhstan, by a local company, Murager 22. The new farm includes a hatchery, where the company plans to breed unique fish species. » Read more

Opinion: Beyond the farm

The potential of aquaculture as a sustainable food production system is very promising. This is a statement I often hear at aquaculture conferences and events. What does it really mean to claim sustainability? » Read more

RAStech 2019 sold out

Spots are now completely sold out for the highly anticipated RAStech 2019 Conference being held in Washington, DC May 13–14. » Read more

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