Cooke Aquaculture Pacific is awaiting approval to farm a species native to Washington at Puget Sound sites where it previously produced Atlantic salmon.
The potential of a salmon-farming ban in Washington state is being monitored closely next door, in British Columbia, where many more salmon farms operate. But they’re not worried about a spillover effect.
La certificación de grupo puede agilizar el proceso de auditoría, ahorrando tiempo y dinero a los productores mientras mejora las condiciones económicas para todos los participantes. También tiene el potencial de causar desavenencias entre los competidores.
Group certification can streamline the auditing process, saving farmers time and money while improving economic conditions for all participants. It also has the potential to cause rifts among competitors.
A five-year study in Canada aims to provide more answers about warmer waters with lower oxygen levels and a way for farmed fish producers to adapt to climate change.
Cooke Aquaculture is working to move a salmon farm from outside Port Angeles, Wash., farther out into the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the waterway that connects the Pacific Ocean to Puget Sound. Both the company and its critics express
As aquaculture grows in Newfoundland, the socioeconomic future of this Canadian province with a population of 500,000 takes flight with it. It's a welcome development, after a two-decade slump due in part to the downturn of North Atlantic groundfish stocks.