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P.E.I. Fisheries Minister Ron MacKinley, centre, testified before the Standing Committee on Fisheries, Transportation and Rural Development in Charlottetown on Tuesday. He's flanked by members of his department, Neil MacNair, left, director of aquaculture, and Richard Gallant, deputy minister of Fisheries.
8 hrs ago | US News & World Report
It's no secret that eating fish can be beneficial to your health . Research has shown that regular consumption of omega-3 fatty acids is linked to decreased inflammation and overall disease prevention, including a reduced risk of cancer.
A long-term study of dive safety in Tasmania's aquaculture industry has produced the first set of tables for so-called yo-yo diving, which have caught the eye of the Australian and US navies. Divers inspecting salmon pens have to make a series of shallow-depth dives, a practice known as yo-yo diving that places them at high risk of decompression illness, otherwise known as the bends.
"Enterra's technology for utilising discarded food to create sustainable animal feed ingredients and a natural organic fertilizer aligns strongly to our investment themes. We look forward to working with Enterra to expand the reach of this exciting technology."
This annual black-tie fundraiser for marine science, conservation and education will take place at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 at The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota, 1111 Ritz-Carlton Drive. Tickets are $300 per person and include a gourmet dinner featuring Mote Farm-Raised Sturgeon and Caviar - local seafood raised sustainably in aquaculture by Mote.
Thanks to the Rappahannock River Oyster Company and a legion of aquaculture farmers, the Chesapeake Bay oyster is having a renaissance. Watermen only hauled 23,000 bushels in 2001.
The National Board of Revenue yesterday withdrew tax privileges for fish farming to rein in tax-dodging by a section of dishonest taxpayers who allegedly shift income from other sources to fisheries to evade tax. The existing tax rate of 3 percent on income from fish cultivation will no longer be effective, the NBR said in a notice.
Despite being considered a healthy product, farmed fish bought from supermarkets was found to contain up to twice as much fat per 100g than a margherita pizza. In Sainsbury's, for example, Scottish Oak Smoked Salmon from its Taste the Difference range had 14g of fat per 100g.
Jamie Davidson pulls his flat-bottom boat up to the shoreline in Quarry Island to start his day of farming. He is not plowing fields or feeding chickens, but instead he is farming oysters on a leased piece of property in the area.
SEVERAL popular Adelaide restaurants and a major seafood producer were under investigation last night accused of illegally importing and selling abalone. Fisheries authorities have seized thousands of dollars of abalone after a series of raids on the seafood farmer and six restaurants located in Gouger and Grote streets over the past fortnight.
Two Wexford County trout farmers say an Environmental Protection Agency proposal could stifle American food producers with unnecessary paperwork and federal oversight. Since the late 1940s, the Harrietta Hills Trout Farm has been a source of fresh fish products for markets throughout Michigan.
The discovery of a marine parasite new to the South Island in a mussel at the Cawthron Institute's Glen Aquaculture Park could have trade implications but poses "an extremely low risk", the Ministry for Primary Industries says. The protozoan Perkinsus olseni is endemic but has hitherto been found only in the warmer northern areas, and never in green-lipped mussels.
Fishermen in the eastern half of Cape Breton from the Inverness-Victoria County line to Port Hawkesbury will vote on being represented by an accredited organization under the Fish Harvesters Organizations Support Act. "We all want the fishery in Nova Scotia to be a strong, viable industry, now and into the future, in order to sustain wealth in our coastal communities," Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell said in a news release.
Updated: Wed Sep 17, 2014 02:51 pm
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