UK mussel farm benefits study


A project funded under the government’s FISP scheme is assessing the wider benefits of the UK’s first offshore mussel farm

The impact of offshore aquaculture on ocean health is to be explored in a new project funded by the UK government.

The £870,000 Ropes to Reefs project will assess the wider benefits of the UK’s first large-scale offshore mussel farm, located in Lyme Bay on England’s south coast.

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