Aquaculture Braintrust Farms Clams in Florida’s Tampa Bay

Located on land that resembles a southern plantation, Two Docks Shellfish sits adjacent to a DuPont agricultural test farm where Aaron Welch, Jr., who has a PhD in Plant Pathology from North Carolina State University, served as manager until his retirement. The closely-knit operation primarily farm clams, but is also starting to work with oysters.

US Aquaculture Production to Rise 2.1% Annually in Volume Terms to 2022

April 22, 2019 Freedonia

US aquaculture production is forecast to increase 2.1% annually in volume terms through 2022, according to Aquaculture: United States, a report recently released by Freedonia Focus Reports. The rising promotion of fish as part of a healthy diet will continue to increase demand for fish products.

BioFishency Raises $ 2.4M for its Water Treatment Systems for Aquaculture

April 1, 2019 BioFishency

BioFishency Ltd. (“BioFishency” or “the Company”), a portfolio company of The Trendlines Group Ltd. (“Trendlines”) (SGX: 42T) (OTCQX: TRNLY), announced that it has completed an investment round of $2.4 million. The primary investors in the round were a private investor from China, Aqua-Spark, a global investment fund based in the Netherlands, and The Trendlines Group.

Utah Couple on Track to Open State’s First Tilapia Farm

January 17, 2019 Associated Press

A Utah couple is on track to open the state’s first tilapia farm after they got an exemption from a law that prohibits commercial farming of the species because it can pose a threat to native fish.

A Tilapia Farm in Utah? One Couple Want it to Happen

Tilapia has become one of the most popular fish to buy at the grocery store or order at a restaurant, but because the species poses a threat to native fish, commercial production is illegal in Utah.