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The African Association of Agricultural Economists (AAAE) is partnering with volunteer aid organization Aquaculture without Frontiers (AwF) to improve outcomes in disadvantaged communities in Africa through a focus on sustainable aquaculture.

The AAAE is an association of agricultural economists and other professionals with special interest in agricultural economic issues and affairs, working in agriculture and broadly related fields of applied economics, and issues related to policy and...

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Regulations and a negative public image hold back aquaculture in the U.S. even though it’s needed now more than ever, argues aquaculture pioneer George S. Lockwood in a new book published in February.

A former president of the World Aquaculture Society, Lockwood worked in aquaculture for 45 years. He launched Monterey Abalone Farms in 1972 and eventually farmed abalone, salmon, sea urchin and oysters in Hawaii using a technique that pumped water from the deep ocean into on-shore tanks and...

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Lukas Manomaitis

The development of large-scale offshore aquaculture is seen by many as the best method for Southeast Asia to meet growing seafood demand in the region – and demand for increasingly scarce marine species like grouper in particular. Believers in the bright potential of offshore aquaculture in the region include Lukas Manomaitis, an aquaculture and seafood consultant at Seafood Consulting Associates in Bangkok, Thailand. Formed in 2001, the firm’s main client is the U.S. Soybean Export Council...

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Clear Springs Foods, an Idaho, U.S.A.-based trout farming operation, has announced the hiring of Stephen Reichley as its new director of fish health.

Reichley will provide Clear Springs with consulting on a part-time basis until he completes his studies, whereupon he will join the company full-time. Reichley is expected to graduate by July 2017.

“[Reichley] will work closely with our operations team providing a positive environment and conditions for our fish populations, thus providing...

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The Sustainable Fisheries Partnership (SFP) Foundation recently conducted a massive aquaculture training program in Indonesia, Thailand and China, with more than 15,000 participants.

The project, funded with the support of Walmart Foundation and IDH, was designed to drive improvement environmental sustainability and disease management at shrimp and tilapia farms in Asia and the South Pacific.

“This project has exceeded expectations because of the hard work of many committed partners to...

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