Aquaculture

Gulf of Mexico
Aquaculture

Gulf of Mexico - Proposed Fish Farm Remains Unfazed by Federal Court's NOAA Opinion

As a proposed finfish farm awaits word on its demonstration pen in the Gulf of Mexico, a federal appeals court upheld a decision revoking authority from a federal agency to permit and regulate offshore fisheries.

International
Aquaculture

World - A Framework for the Future

Researchers collaborate on a strategy for sustainable aquaculture, the world’s fastest growing food sector.

Pacific Northwest
Aquaculture

WA - Environmental Group Wants to Buy the Rights to Puget Sound Net Pen Sites

An environmental group is proposing to take over and hold in trust four sites throughout Puget Sound that have for years been used to farm fish.

International
Aquaculture

CAN - Funding to Support Local Aquaculture Initiatives

$725,000 in support has been announced for the aquaculture industry to create jobs and help operators expand their product lines and markets.

International
Aquaculture

UK - Sowing the Seeds of Hope for Seagrass Aquaculture

The Ocean Conservation Trust has now planted the first seeds in its seagrass cultivation laboratory at the National Marine Aquarium, as part of a major £2.5 million habitat restoration project funded by EU LIFE and led by Natural England.

Coastwide
Aquaculture

USA - The Pros and Cons of Expanding United States Offshore Aquaculture in 2020

An executive order issued by President Donald Trump on May 7th moved to open up federal waters to commercial fish farming (aquaculture).

International
Aquaculture

GER - Researchers probe microalgae as viable alternative to fish

The study was recently published by MLU scientists and offers an initial indication of the environmental effects of producing microalgae for consumption in Germany.