Tag Archives: Fish Farming

Arctic Char – a Sustainable, Nutritious and Delicious Seafood Experience

  This is the Majestic, Exotic Northern fish sought after by many of the world’s greatest chefs and sportsmen alike. The Arctic char (Salvelinus alpinus) is found in Arctic and sub-Arctic waters across the northern hemisphere. It can grow to an exceptionally large size and is especially most often found in the clear and unpolluted… Read More »

Winnipeg Urban Agriculture | Contained Aquaculture – Aquaponics

  Manitoba Urban Aquaculture Project  Our business model uses IRAFS growing Technology. The IRAFS Closed Loop Production System produces safe high quality consumable products while minimizing the resource inputs and maximizing conservation. Based on science and technology, this farming method has emerged as the best green alternative to provide consumers with value, taste and convenience… Read More »

The Province of Nl and NAIA Unveil Plan to Grow Sustainable Aquaculture

In recent months there has been considerable news covering fish farming and new developments taking place in many parts of the world. Here is a recent news story from Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. The Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association (NAIA) is partnering with government to promote the growth of sustainable aquaculture. Today they launched the initiative,… Read More »

Canada urged to invest in land-based aquaculture – Aquaculture North America

http://aquaculturenorthamerica.com/News/salmon-escapes-incident-an-eye-opener-say-land-based-farms-s/# Supporters of land-based fish farms said the escape of thousands of Atlantic salmon from Cooke Aquaculture’s ocean-based farm in Washington State on August 19 should spur Canada into supporting land-based aquaculture. Source: Canada urged to invest in land-based aquaculture – Aquaculture North America

Americans’ seafood consumption up for third straight year – Aquaculture North America

“Three years’ worth of increase in seafood consumption is good news from a public health perspective,” said Rima Kleiner, MS, RD, registered dietitian at NFI and Dish on Fish blogger. “The fact that we see a variation in expansion and contraction across the top ten species, coupled with overall growth, is actually very positive. The… Read More »