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Award-winning marine biologist Selina Stead is taking on a new role as head of the Institute of Aquaculture (IoA) in the United Kingdom on March 1st.
Auburn University’s Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute has announced a Commercial Aquaponics Workshop to be held in Auburn Alabama from April 9 through the 11
Criticism has been leveled at Alaskan salmon hatcheries in 2018 over concerns regarding the effects of interactions between wild and hatchery salmon. Along with other groups, the Kenai River Sportfishing Association has raised concerns over negative impacts from such interactions, in light of “the sheer magnitude of hatchery pink salmon releases in the Gulf of Alaska.” Alaska’s program is primarily focused on supplementing the wild fishery.
The judging panel for the 2019 Aquaculture Awards was announced on Monday, ahead of the awards’ March 1 deadline.
Einar Wathne, seafood leader for Cargill Animal Nutrition, will leave Cargill effective Feb. 1, 2019.
The government in Ukraine has budgeted UAH10.5 million (US$370,000) to support fish stocking of the inland water bodies for the first time in more than seven years, the deputy Agricultural Minister Maksim Martinyuk revealed in early October.
A $1 million salmon hatchery is being planned on the Charters River in B.C., Canada, to address water access issues in the area. The new hatchery will be the result of a partnership between the Sooke Salmon Enhancement Society and The Juan De Fuca Salmon Society.
A four-year legal battle has been resolved in Michigan, U.S.A., with a fish farm receiving $160,000 settlement to vacate a hatchery on the Au Sable River. Since beginning operations at the Grayling Fish Hatchery, Harrietta Hills Fish Farm owner Dan Vogler says he has been entrenched in a conflict with the Anglers of the Au Sable sport fishing group, who challenged the farm’s discharge permit and filed a lawsuit under the state’s environmental protection act.
As environmental groups in China are looking to find ways to restore salmon resources in the country, a helping hand has come from across the Pacific Ocean.
TEL AVIV, Israel - Phibro Animal Health Corporation has acquired KoVax Ltd., an Israel-based developer and manufacturer of vaccines for the global aquaculture market.
PORTLAND, Maine – A sister company to Nordic Aquafarms Inc., which is planning to build a world-class, land-based salmon farm in Belfast, Maine, has received certification from Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) as a sustainable and quality seafood producer.
Pennsylvania has a long history of fish stocking programs which, like all stocking programs, has occasionally come under fire over concerns regarding negative impacts from interactions between wild and hatchery fish.
The British Trout Association (BTA) recently held its annual conference at University Centre Sparsholt (UCS) in Winchester, United Kingdom.
The 2019 Aquaculture Awards are now officially open for industry individuals and companies across the globe to enter. 
Russian Salmon, a major aquaculture company in Russia, plans to build the first Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) hatchery in the country. The company has begun looking for land in Murmansk Oblast.

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