USDA Disaster Assistance to Help Thousands of Honeybee, Livestock and Farm-Raised Fish Producers

2014 Farm Bill Program Offers Producers in Over 40 States Relief for 2012 and 2013 Losses The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA announced that nearly 2,500 applicants will receive disaster assistance through More »

URI gets $24-million grant to rebuild fisheries in Ghana

The Coastal Resources Center at the University of Rhode Island has received a US$24-(€19.222) million grant — the largest in the university’s history — to lead a five-year project to rebuild depleted More »

Abundant fisheries are within our view with Global Fishing Watch

Currently, modern-day pirates exploit the loose regulations and weak enforcement of fisheries laws on the high seas and in the territorial waters of many countries around the world. This kind of illegal More »

The bluefin tuna is at the head of fraud in labelling in Spain

3 percent of fishery products sold in Europe do not really correspond to the species they claim. Rates vary by country, like species. They are the first known data Labelfish the European project, coordinated by the More »

NOAA Selects Alaska’s Kachemak Bay as Focus for Habitat Initiative

NOAA is designating Kachemak Bay, Alaska, as its next Habitat Focus Area. Kachemak Bay, located in southern Cook Inlet, is valuable for its recreational, subsistence, and commercial fishing, marine transportation, tourism, and More »

 

USDA Disaster Assistance to Help Thousands of Honeybee, Livestock and Farm-Raised Fish Producers

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2014 Farm Bill Program Offers Producers in Over 40 States Relief for 2012 and 2013 Losses The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA announced that nearly 2,500 applicants will receive disaster assistance through the Emergency Assistance...
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URI gets $24-million grant to rebuild fisheries in Ghana

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The Coastal Resources Center at the University of Rhode Island has received a US$24-(€19.222) million grant — the largest in the university’s history — to lead a five-year project to rebuild depleted fisheries in Ghana....
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Abundant fisheries are within our view with Global Fishing Watch

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Currently, modern-day pirates exploit the loose regulations and weak enforcement of fisheries laws on the high seas and in the territorial waters of many countries around the world. This kind of illegal fishing cheats seafood...
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The bluefin tuna is at the head of fraud in labelling in Spain

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3 percent of fishery products sold in Europe do not really correspond to the species they claim. Rates vary by country, like species. They are the first known data Labelfish the European project, coordinated by the CSIC from Galicia,...
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NOAA Selects Alaska’s Kachemak Bay as Focus for Habitat Initiative

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NOAA is designating Kachemak Bay, Alaska, as its next Habitat Focus Area. Kachemak Bay, located in southern Cook Inlet, is valuable for its recreational, subsistence, and commercial fishing, marine transportation, tourism, and threatened and endangered...
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Seafood Savvy – promoting sustainable seafood on Sanibel

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When you drive over the causeway and arrive on Sanibel, there is a sign that reads “Welcome to our Sanctuary Island Please Enjoy, Don’t Destroy.” With its thousands of acres of wildlife refuge, pristine beaches,...
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Amisy Fish Feed Machinery

Amisy Fish Feed Machinery manufacturers of fish feed machines Amisy Fish Feed Machinery Address Amisy Fish Feed Machinery No. 26 Jingliu Road Zhengzhou Henan China Tel: +86 371 65903478 Email: info@fishfeedmachine.com Web: www.fishfeedmachine.com Amisy Fish Feed Machinery Products Plant...
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Seafish Scottish Premiere of ‘The Business of Processing’ Film

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Seafish, the UK industry authority on seafood, screened its Scottish premiere of its new film exploring the multi-billion pound seafood processing industry to an invited audience from the industry. The showing of ‘The Business of...
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African Sushi: Mountainous Fish Farm Links Lesotho With Japanese Chefs

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The flashing neon advertising signs and crowded crosswalks of Tokyo may not resemble the slow suburban settlement of Maseru — the capital of the tiny mountain kingdom of Lesotho in Southern Africa. But the two...
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Cornwall trout farm plans abandoned

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A bid to emulate Scotland’s billion-pound-a-year salmon industry by creating trout farms off the Cornish coast has been abandoned. It emerged last year that the Centre for Environment, Fisheries and Aquaculture Science (Cefas), along with...
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NOAA’s Contributions to Progress in Aquaculture Highlighted in Fisheries Magazine

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Aquaculture is increasingly recognized for its role in providing safe, sustainable seafood, contributing to commercial and recreational fisheries, and supporting healthy ocean populations and ecosystems. NOAA experts have made tremendous contributions in this field, excelling...
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Pacific hake mid-water trawl fishery earns MSC re-certification

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The Pacific hake mid-water trawl fishery, which operates off the west coast of the United States and Canada, has achieved MSC re-certification following an independent, third-party assessment by certifier MRAG Americas. The mid-water trawl fishery...
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Nor-Shipping and Ocean Hub join forces online

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The online profiles of Nor-Shipping’s exhibitors will be hosted via a special partner solution on Ocean Hub’s unique communication platform. Every second year, Nor-Shipping, the leading maritime event week, is filled with conferences, networking and...
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Drive to recruit more local people into Aberdeen food industry sees trio land tasty new job

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Tasty Jobs, a new training programme designed to encourage more Aberdeen job hunters to consider working in the local food industry, has seen its first “graduates” land full time jobs with two leading food companies....
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