Water rights in Idaho – it’s tricky

As the courts in the state review past decisions made in water call cases, they continue to clarify to the Department of Water Resources what standards it needs to apply in making its determinations. more »

Sep 15, 2014 News

Saccharina latissima (sugar kelp) growing on a rope at the IMTA site

Thierry Chopin

Organic kelp almost ready for market

Organic kelp produced by Cooke Aquaculture at its Charlie Cove farm site near Back Bay, New Brunswick, is being marketed under the company's True North Salmon brand. more »

Sep 4, 2014 Profiles

Innovative technology to monitor offshore mussel farm

Remotely operated vehicles will monitor the mussels, rock scallops and sea cucumbers that will be grown on a site under construction on the San Pedro Shelf, off the coast of California. more »

Sep 4, 2014 Profiles

PEI reports continued growth for aquaculture sector

Oysters are big business for the island economy. more »

Jul 21, 2014 Shellfish

New research helps fast-track yellow perch production

Recently, Dr. Brian Shepherd, at the USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin his research colleagues and collaborators, developed a protocol to make more efficient use of the difference in growth rates in yellow perch. more »

Jul 14, 2014 Research

New York entrepreneurs tout advantages of data-driven aquaponics op.

For the folks at Brooklyn, NY-based EdenWorks, the keys to success in the “niche” aquaponics sector is in data, design, and green-tech. more »

Jun 27, 2014 Profiles

Sequencing the Atlantic salmon genome

A team of researchers from Canada, Chile and Norway recently announced that it had completed a fully mapped and openly accessible salmon genome. more »

Jun 27, 2014 Research

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