The Gladstone Water Board Fish Hatchery in Queensland is one of the largest non-commercial breeders of barramundi fingerlings in Queensland, but also breeds mangrove jack and mullet. Most of the fish are released into Lake Awoonga, Gladstone’s principal water storage

A bit of a busman’s holiday has evolved into an international development project supported by the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI) and a US oyster company’s charitable foundation, to support a local clam harvest industry in Zanzibar, an island off the Tanzanian coast in east Africa.

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