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The Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative receives second batch of year-class eggs

Through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the Oden State Fish Hatchery, located in Emmet County, Michigan, received its second batch of year-class Arctic grayling eggs from Alaska in spring 2021, as part of the Michigan Arctic Grayling Initiative.

Canada offers funding for aquaculture clean tech projects

The government of Canada is investing a total $30 million to fund clean technology for the aquaculture and fisheries industries to boost sustainable economic growth while fighting climate change.

California’s Iron Gate Fish Hatchery relocates 1.1 million juvenile Chinook salmon

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has successfully relocated 1.1 million juvenile fall-run Chinook salmon via truck, from its Iron Gate Fish Hatchery in Siskiyou County, to a nearby satellite facility and the Trinity River Hatchery, which 122 miles away.

Knowledge transfer

Tropical rock lobster hatchery makes its mark in Australian aquaculture as research brainchild scales up to commercial production » Read more

Speeding up salmon breeding

While North American Atlantic salmon are one of the main marine finfish grown in the U.S. aquaculture industry, until now, uniquely developed genomic resources were not publicly available for the research and breeding of this species in the U.S. » Learn more

NaturalShrimp files patent for electrocoagulation tech

Shrimp producer NaturalShrimp said it is bolstering its position in the water treatment market by filing another patent for a water electrocoagulation (EC) technology. » Learn more
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Aquaculture America 2021

Aug. 11-14, 2021
San Antonio, Texas, USA
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Aqua Nor 2021

Aug. 24-27, 2021
Trondheim, Norway
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RAS Roundtable Discussion

Sept. 14, 2021
Virtual Event
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8th World Fisheries Congress

Sept. 20-24, 2021
Adelaide, Australia
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