Magallanes Salmon Association: Tierra del Fuego’s Decision Will Have No Repercussions for Chilean Aquaculture

July 6, 2021 MercoPress

Magallanes Region Salmon Breeders Association Carlos Odebret downplayed the repercussions for the Chilean aquaculture industry of the recent Argentine legislation banning salmon farms in Tierra del Fuego, adding that the industry in Chile has a thirty-year experience and situations are not comparable.

Land-based Salmon Farm Being Considered for Nova Scotia’s Chebogue Point

July 5, 2021 Carla Allen, Saltwire

The Municipality of Yarmouth is considering an application from Boreal Salmon Inc. to establish an open flow land-based salmon farm at Chebogue Point.

Large-Scale Salmon Farming Operations to Tap Geothermal

With a planned investment of $370 million, land-based salmon fish farming operations to tap into geothermal energy from the Reykjanes geothermal plant by HS Orka in Iceland.

Kvarøy Arctic Earns Fast Company 2021 “World Changing Ideas” Recognition

May 4, 2021 Kvarøy Arctic

Fast Company magazine announced its 2021 World Changing Ideas Awards honoring Kvarøy Arctic in the General Excellence and Health categories. The fifth annual awards recognize businesses, policies, projects, and concepts from across the globe that are actively engaged and deeply committed to pursuing innovation when it comes to solving the health and climate crises, social injustice, or economic inequality.

Blumar Magallanes is Chile’s First Atlantic Salmon Farm to Win ‘Antimicrobial-Free’ Approval

April 28, 2021 Blumar

Blumar proudly announces that its Canal Bertrand site in Chile’s Magellan region is the country’s first Atlantic salmon center certified under Sernapesca’s Program for the Optimization of the Use of Antimicrobials (PROA).