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B.C. ocean’s worth of almost $5 billion to GDP likely underestimate
Climate change may be culprit in Antarctic fish disease outbreak
Backing diversification in our seafood processing sector
Supporting women in our seafood industry
Future of food from warming sea
Meet FLUPSY – innovative new infrastructure boosting Albany’s shellfish aquaculture
Productive industries are securing Tasmania’s future
Nearly 300 scientists ask WTO to ban harmful fisheries subsidies
Scientists call for an end to harmful fishing subsidies
UWA scientists join international push to ban harmful fisheries subsidies
Successful Seafood Processor grants awarded
Global Food Security at Risk from Growing Threats to Rivers, which Support One-Third of World’s Food Production
Tasmanian Budget turbo-charges our primary industries
New Tasmanian Seafood Processor Grant Scheme 9 August
New Tasmanian Seafood Processor Grant Scheme
Aboriginal Fisheries Officer to lead consultation on sea country
Four Specialists Join New York Sea Grant
Study first to explore combined impacts of fishing and ocean warming on fish populations
Workers REJECT author’s bad faith spray at Tasmanian salmon industry
Canada announces over $5M in clean tech funding for British Columbia Fisheries and Aquaculture Projects
Global fisheries and aquaculture hard hit by COVID-19 pandemic, says FAO report
Canada and Province of British Columbia funding additional projects to protect and restore Pacific wild salmon
Cashing in on marine byproducts