Offshore Mariculture Mexico 2017 Live Blog
The 7th Offshore Mariculture conference, held in conjunction with Inapesca, Conapesca and Sepesca, takes place on 6-10 March 2017 in Ensenada, Baja California, Mexico.
Organised by Mercator Media Limited, publishers of World Fishing and Aquaculture, with the help of the State Committee for Aquaculture Health and Safety in Baja California, CESAIBC. It will include the latest legislation, investment and financing opportunities together with the day to day practicalities of running an offshore business.
A day and a half of technical visits to a number of fish farms will provide delegates with an insight into their inner workings.
With the Mexican Government pledging US$50-70 million for investment in mariculture, this is a must attend event for anyone looking to set up, expand or invest into this rapidly expanding sector.
The Offshore Mariculture Conference Mexico will examine the prospects for and practical solutions to issues around farming offshore in Mexico, and will focus on the production of Abalone, Mussels and the offshore farming of marine fin fish. It will also provide information about innovative feed solutions and alternatives, opportunities for financing aquaculture projects, the logistics of setting up offshore and how to meet increasing demands for sustainability in today’s society.
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