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P.O. Box 148
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Telephone (207) 622-0136
Fax (207) 622-0576
info@maineaquaculture.com

Aquaculture Links

Site: Cooke Aquaculture
Address:
www.cookeaqua.com
Material: Website for a Maine salmon farm

Site: Sullivan Harbor Farms
Address:
www.sullivanharborfarm.com
Material: A Downeast Maine Artisanal smokehouse.  You can order their products on the website or find information on their smoking courses.

Site: Atlantic Fish Farmers Association
Address: www.atlanticfishfarmers.com
Material:

Site: Maine Aquaculture Innovation Center
Address:
www.maineaquaculture.org
Material: Information on aquaculture in the state of Maine.

Site: Salmon of the Americas
Address:
www.salmonoftheamericas.com
Material: Information on the environmental impacts of salmon farming, health benefits of farmed salmon, other hot topics

Site: AquaNIC (AquacultureNetworkInformationCenter)
Address:
http://aquanic.org
Material: A wide variety of links to aquaculture links on the web.  There is a section for educators including a great selection of links to sites of digital images.

Site: Aquaculture Connection
Address:
www.AquacultureConnection.com
Material: A website with worldwide job postings for the aquaculture industry

Site: Maine Department of Marine Resources
Address:
www.maine.gov/dmr/aquaculture
Material: Information on existing and pending marine leases in the State and State leasing regulations

Site: Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO)
Address:
www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/aquaculture/aquaculture_e.htm
Material: This is the home page for aquaculture on the DFO web site. 

Site: Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO): Myths and Realities
Address:
www.dfo-mpo.gc.ca/media/backgrou/2005/salmon_e.htm
Material: This agency has assembled a list of myths and facts about salmon aquaculture that can be reached by this link.

Site: Positive Aquaculture Awareness
Address:
www.farmfreshsalmon.org
Material: This is a grassroots organization in British Columbia. Visit their site to see why farming salmon makes sense in British Columbia.

Site: Aquavets
Address:
www.aquavets.com
Material: Service to find aquatic veterinarian services for pet fish to commercial production

Site: MaineSea Grant
Address:
www.seagrant.umaine.edu
Material: Information about Maine’s Sea Grant Program

Site: University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences Aquaculture Program
Address:
www.marine.maine.edu/academics/academics_prog.php?program_id=85
Material: Information about University of Maine’ Aquaculture Major

Site: University of Maine, School of Marine Sciences Aquaculture Program
Address:
www.marine.maine.edu/academics/academics_prog.php?program_id=85
Material: Information about University of Maine’ Aquaculture Major

Site:New EnglandSea Grant
Address: 
http://web.mit.edu/seagrant/northeast
Material: Links to all of the sea grant sites in New England.  This site also has a variety of material on education of marine science.

Site: The SoundSchool
Address:
www.soundschool.com
Material: This is a regional aquaculture vocational school in Conneticut

Site:HerringGutLearningCenter
Address:
www.herringgut.org
Material:HerringGutLearningCenter (HGLC) is a non-profit marine education center located in the small fishing village of Port Clyde,Maine. Herring Gut programs teach marine science, geology, coastal ecology, and aquaculture to area students ages 5-18.

Site: National Agricultural Statistics Service
Address:
www.nass.usda.gov
Material: If you go to the census page you can access the data from the 1998 aquaculture census.  Also under the Kids page there are general agriculture lesson plans and activities.

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Can the U.S. Close Its Seafood Trade Deficit?

Read more:
http://ecocentric.blogs.time.com/2011/07/08/can-the-u-s-close-its-seafood-trade-deficit/#ixzz1RtxdJf6q

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USA – As part of an initiative from experts across the country, the Seafood Health Facts project has launched a website – www.seafoodhealthfacts.org – designed to help clear up some of the confusing messages surrounding seafood.

 

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