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California gets $4.6 million for fish passage projects

Fish and Wildlife Service announced two California improvement projects will receive funds as part of 2023 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law. Dye Creek Fish Passage Improvement Project in Tehama will receive $2,662,800 and the Waukell and Junior Creeks Culvert Replacements Project in Del Norte will receive $2 million.

Altamar launches a tilapia egg incubation module

Altamar Sistemas Aquáticos, a company that specializes in the development of aquaculture structures, has developed a modular system targeting mainly tilapia hatcheries. The Altamar modular system uses acrylic incubators jars and dedicated larval reception tanks connected to a fully integrated recirculation system.


Hatchery 101: Changing with the climate

In the first installment of the Hatchery 101 webinar series, experts tackle the challenges of climate change. We explored some key strengths of the hatchery as a rearing environment in the face of decreasing natural stability. Control was the essence of all answers. In hatcheries, you have more control over the organisms and their environment than you do out in nature. » Read More...

Salmon season closure raises anxiety in California

Californians from all areas of the salmon industry came together on a chilly rain swept morning on April 7 to voice their concern over the closure of salmon season. U.S Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) was undeterred by the weather and spoke of her worry for those who depend on salmon for their livelihood. ”This closure has an impact,” she said. » Read More...

California hatcheries brace from this year's storm season

The storm signs were all over: darkening clouds, chilly winds and then the rains came with fierce force. “Rain started really picking up around the 3rd and 4th of January and the storm and was pretty non-stop for about three weeks,” said Connor Greenwood, at the Monterey Bay Salmon and Trout Project (MBSTP). » Read More...



40th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

April 27-28, 2023
Fortuna, Calif., USA
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World Aquaculture 2023

May 29-June 1, 2023
Darwin, Australia
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Shrimp Summit 2023

July 24-26, 2023
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
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