Aquaculture

  1. Debris Being Cleaned Up at Aquaculture Site

    Debris Being Cleaned Up at Aquaculture Site

    Provincial fisheries inspectors visited the site of an aquaculture operation on Long Island, Digby Co., Wednesday, April 22, to investigate reports of scattered debris.

     
     
  2. A New Approach to Aquaculture in Nova Scotia

    A message from Fisheries and Aquaculture Minister Keith Colwell.

     
     
  3. Update on Extreme Weather Impact on Fish Mortalities

    Update on Extreme Weather Impact on Fish Mortalities

    Fisheries and Aquaculture staff have completed their initial visits to aquaculture sites in Nova Scotia. Preliminary results suggest extreme cold weather is to blame for the fish mortalities.

     
     
  4. Economic Impact

    Economic Impact

    The aquaculture industry was worth more than $54.3 million in 2013 and directly employed 636 men and women in full- and part-time positions. At present, there are 44 companies actively farming fish in Nova Scotia.

     
     

Economic Impact

The aquaculture industry was worth more than $54.3 million in 2013 and directly employed 636 men and women in full- and part-time positions.

At present, there are 44 companies actively farming fish in Nova Scotia.

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