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Matangi Island Coral Reef Rebuild

After the damage suffered at the hand of TC Winston above and below the water, Matangi Island Resort in association with Civa Fiji Pearls is building a coral garden facility to produce between 8 and 10 tons a year of live coral in a serious effort to reconstruct reef systems around the island. 649 more words


Seaweed: It's not just for sushi

For Japanese food enthusiasts, seaweed is an expected part of a meal. But the researchers at Oregon State University are hoping to make the algae a bigger part of our everyday lives. 108 more words


TEDxPiscataqua River talk is up online!

Author: Skylar Bayer

Hello! Back in February I got an email one Friday afternoon inviting me to be a speaker at the TEDxPiscataquaRiver event “On the Edge” in Portsmouth, NH. 238 more words

Fish And People

What does it take to operate an offshore fish farm?

A company in Australia is working to find out just that. Indian Ocean Fresh Australia has been working with the Mid West Development Commission to build a commercially viable and environmentally responsible offshore finfish industry off the west coast of Australia. 159 more words


Save the Gauldrons: John urges alternative site for Kintyre fish hatchery

John Finnie has urged the fish-farming company Marine Harvest not to site a proposed wrasse hatchery on the environmentally important Gauldrons near Machrihanish on Kintyre, and instead work with the community to find a more suitable local site. 361 more words


Chile's Record Toxic Tides May Have Roots in Dirty Fish Farming

A red tide crisis has stirred fishermen to unrest and may be at least partially linked to controversial aquaculture practices.

Source: Chile’s Record Toxic Tides May Have Roots in Dirty Fish Farming