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6 hrs ago |

Gowri Group embraces fish cage farming

Vea July, 9, GNA - The Gowri Fish Farming Group on Wednesday expressed its preparedness to fully embrace fish cage farming as an alternative livelihood initiative to support regular earnings of its members.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

10 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times

Urban Food Forest provides aquaponics in Pasco and beyond

Michele Holzberger long wanted to grow her own food, but until her family found aquaponics, gardening wasn't her strong suit.


Related Topix: Home Gardening, Home, Life, Food, Vegetables, Lutz, FL

14 hrs ago |

The fight to keep American seafood home

Paul Greenberg's commitment to local seafood runs deep - so deep that the Manhattan-based writer once slurped down an oyster he'd plucked from the muck of New York Harbor, eliciting a gasp from a city official standing nearby.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Seafood, Tsunami, Natural Disasters

17 hrs ago | Food Industry

'Aquatic chicken' could feed billions around the world

A common fish that was said to have fed thousands in biblical times could feed billions of mouths in the future as food stocks struggle to keep pace with population growth.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

20 hrs ago | ABC News

Marron farm generates work for Aboriginal community

A south west Western Australia marron farm has established itself as both a training body and an employer for local Noongar people.


Related Topix: Australia, Oceania, World News,

Tue Jul 08, 2014

Malaysian National News Agency

Vietnam Seeks To Foster Aquaculture Trade With Indonesia

A delegation from Vietnam's Ministry of Industry and Trade is currently on a working visit to Indonesia to boost aquaculture trade links between the two countries.


Related Topix: Thailand, World News

Athens Banner-Herald

Edible Chatter: Seabear set to expand Athens' oyster culture

It's not, perhaps, the easiest concept to explain to us landlubbers, but that one word has caused a sea change among U.S. restaurants.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Life, Food, Dining, Seafood

The Chronicle Herald

EDITORIAL: Feed fish farms better regulations

Joyce Milley, a technical officer with fish nutrition at the National Research Council, holds up a specimen glass containing a one-year-old halibut in a fish health lab in Halifax.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Medicine, Nutrition, Agriculture, Science, Opinion


Marine fish-caging in Northern Mindanao shows signs of recovery

FISH produced through marine fish-caging in Northern Mindanao has shown signs of recovery during the first quarter of 2014, according to the National Economic and Development Authority in the region.


Related Topix: Philippines, World News

Hindustan Times

Badal urges Naidu to send experts for guidance on fish farming

Punjab chief minister Parkash Singh Badal has impressed upon his Andhra Pradesh counterpart Chandra Babu Naidu to depute a team of experts for visiting the state and advice state government on the matter pertaining to fish hatcheries, fish rearing and post harvest technology.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science

Mon Jul 07, 2014

Silicon Alley Insider

Forget Tuna: These Are The Seafoods We'll Be Eating In The Future

At the same time that ocean resources are hitting their limits because of climate change, pollution, and overfishing, consumer demand for seafood is increasing.


Related Topix: Seafood, Life, Food, Agriculture, Science

Agri Marketing

New Aquaculture Feed Mill Opened In Indiana

NEW AQUACULTURE FEED MILL OPENED IN INDIANA Jul. 7, 2014 BrownfieldAgNews reports: A new feed mill in east central Indiana will provide new opportunities for soybean farmers.


Related Topix: Seafood, Life, Food

Summit County Voice

Better planning needed to protect ocean resources

Piecemeal planning and conservation efforts won't be enough to preserve valuable ocean resources for future generations, a leading group of environmental and marine scientists said last week, calling on countries around the world to cooperate on zoning coastal waters in an approach that would mirror common land-use planning efforts.


Related Topix: Environment, Science

CSIRO Publishing

Habitat and space use of an abundant nearshore shark, Rhizoprionodon taylori

S. E. M. Munroe A B D , C. A. Simpfendorfer B and M. R. Heupel B C A AIMS@JCU, Australian Institute of Marine Science and School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, James Cook University, Townsville, Qld 4811, Australia.


Related Topix: Australia, Oceania, World News, Science, Ecology, Marine Biology, Biology

Sun Jul 06, 2014

The Star Online

Bahoi: A marine reserve that works

Marine refuge: The tangled roots of mangrove trees shelter juvenile fish and protect coastlines from strong waves.


Related Topix: Watches, World News, Indonesia

Northern Virginia Daily

Aquaponics allows environmentally friendly farming

Youth participating in TEENS Inc. have built the largest aquaponics system in Northern Virginia, according COO and Program Director Joe Fromme.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science


Foodie fish shocker: Why top restaurants are abandoning the ocean wild for . . . farming

At Nara Sushi & Korean Kitchen, I had an interesting discussion with sushi chef JoJo Urbano, who was slicing up some fresh salmon for some delicious sake toro nigir.


Related Topix: Agriculture, Science, Life, Sushi, Japanese Cuisine, Food

Sat Jul 05, 2014


EU promoting fish farms in but eco-group remains wary

Fish from the open sea or from a farm? While thatA's a question many shoppers might ask themselves, there is lingering prejudice against buying fish reared on farms, but the truth is that they are just as nutritious as those caught in the open sea, while opting to eat them also contributes to the fight against overfishing, which is a threat to ... (more)


Related Topix: Life, Food, Seafood, Agriculture, Science


Biking Ned Bell Photo

Chef Ned Bell shares a laugh as he is introduced by Raymonds co-owner Jeremy Bonia.


Related Topix: Canada, Life, Food, Seafood, North America, World News

The Advocate

2010 report found no impact on scallops

A REPORT conducted in 2010 by a Tasmanian institute into the effects of seismic testing on scallops found no short-term impacts on the shellfish.



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