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FISH HEALTH NOTES - Biofilms have value but need watchful eye
SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV – Anyone who runs a fish facility needs to deal with biofilms.  So, it was especially fitting that one of the most interesting sessions at the 2014 Eastern Fish Health Workshop, held here April 28-May 2, was devoted to this impor...

SITE VISIT: A unique and impressive island in the stream- Grand opening of Florida Organic Aquaculture
by Paul Hundley  “And chase hard and good and with no mistakes and do not overrun them.”  –Ernest Hemingway, Islands in the Stream Smiles all around for the grand moment.Jem...

AQUACULTURE PERSPECTIVES: Food security is a primary goal of aquaculture
by Bill Manci As a consultant, in a real sense I am plugged into the heartbeat of the world with regard to the demand for aquaculture. Aquaculture has, of course, become (or soon will become) a primary way for many nations to secure their food ...

New NOAA shellfish hatchery opens, will help restore shellfish nationwide
SEATTLE, WA – The Kenneth K. Chew Center for Shellfish Research and Restoration located at NOAA’s Manchester Research Station in Washington State, officially opened in May. A view o...

FROM THE FIELD: Producing food, fish, and lots of smiles at the Hunger Task Force farm and fish hatchery in WI
FRANKLIN, WI – Like many of you who have to spend much time hunched over a computer or behind a desk, I tend to think any day is a great day to be out on a fish farm. But I might have been rethinking that a bit this past April when I headed over...

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