Members in the News: Eel Lake Oyster Farm
The Chronicle Herald published an article about AANS member Nolan D'Eon and Eel Lake Oyster Farm in Ste Anne du Ruisseau on May 10, 2013.
Click here to read the article: Shell game: Growing oysters is ‘a pile of work’
Conference Nets Donation for Fish for Hope
The tally is finally done and we are proud to announce that thanks to everyone who came to conference, and to the event we hosted at the Rebecca Cohn, we were able to donate $1,342 to Fish For Hope this year.
Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket and donated money to this great organization, as well as those who sponsored this year’s event. We are so happy to be sending off a cheque of this size this year, and it is all thanks to your generous support!
To learn more about Fish for Hope and how you can contribute personally, please visit: http://fishforhope.blogspot.ca/p/about-fish-for-hop.html
AANS Launches Information Website
The Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia (AANS) has launched a new website to provide clear information on the growing aquaculture industry in the province. The site, NSaquaculture.ca, is now live.
With much recent attention being placed on open-net pen salmon farming, the AANS saw a need for a simple website with fact-based answers backed by scientific evidence to some of the questions recently raised.
Member in the News: Bobby Cotton
The Cape Breton Post published a letter from AANS member Bobby Cotton on February 4, 2013.
Click here to read the PDF of the article: Responsible fish farmers help feed the world