Department of Fisheries & Aquaculture
A project to drop lime on the forest along the West River Sheet Harbour on the Eastern Shore will mitigate the effects of acid rain and support restoration of trout and wild Atlantic salmon habitat.
Government is investing $2.8 million in the aquaculture sector to create more jobs in Nova Scotia and opening applications for ocean-based shellfish, cultivated marine plant and trout farming
Government is working with the N.S. Veterinary Medical Association on new standards to accredit aquatic animal clinics.
A committee providing government with advice on a way to trace escaped finfish learned about best practices at a workshop with experts.
The hard work of harvesters, buyers and exporters means that seafood exports are nearing ONE Nova Scotia's 2014 goal of doubling in value within a decade.
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FAQ – Process for New Aquaculture Leases and Licences New Aquaculture Regulations
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