News from Atlantic Salmon Federation
Asf Rivernotes - Sept. 18, 2015 & Other News
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Posted 18 September 2015 - 11:43 AM
ASF Rivernotes – The first sense of Fall salmon
Temperatures may remain warm until Sunday, but there is a first feel that fall is descending on the rivers, with interesting possibilities.
News From the Regions –
ASF’s Nathan Wilbur uses a short Video Blog Post less than a minute long to explain a brand new enhancement project.
ASF Research Update
It is the season to see how productive our rivers are. But things can go wrong.
New Partnership of ASF and Healing Waters
A new partnership program focuses on recovery of both disabled veterans and wild Atlantic salmon.
Predicting Salmon Responses to Dams on the Penobscot
A major project is taking the mystery out of determining survival of Penobscot salmon as they come up against dams and other obstructions. There are lessons for other rivers across North America.
Nova Scotia Land-based Salmon is Reaching Market
Sustainable Blue is going to market with its salmon. This is exciting news in land-based aquaculture.
Is a Land-based “Explosion” in the Cards?
A major Norwegian company has had a new economic analysis completed of land-based costs, and the situation is much changed from just a few years ago. Read more.
Nova Scotia Says New Aquaculture Regulations in October
The long anticipated new regulations for aquaculture will be released next month. The Province is saying they may be some of the best in the world.
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