The BC Salmon Farmers Association has started the new year by welcoming four new members.
The final quarters of 2011 show continued low numbers of incidental catch by BC’s salmon farmers - numbers that show they are very near their goal of eliminating this interaction with wild fish completely.
The BC Salmon Farmers Association (BCSFA) is to receive $21,000 from the Canadian Government to review global practices and improve fish farming in British Columbia.
The BC Salmon Farmers Association (BCSFA) is investing $1.5m over the next five years to learn more about BC’s coastal environment, particularly concerning wild and farmed salmon interaction.
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