Tag Archives: Marine Aquaculture

The S-K Fund: NOAA is recommending almost $9 million in funding for 38 projects across the nation.

For more than 40 years, NOAA has awarded grant funding under the Saltonstall-Kennedy (S-K) program to organizations across the country. Funds address needs of fishing communities, support economic opportunities, and build and maintain resilient and sustainable fisheries. Demand for innovation, information, service and funding from federal agencies continues to grow. This year, NOAA received 155 applications requesting nearly $40 million. In order to better match research and development proposals with S-K goals and mission needs, this year’s recommended projects fall into four priorities: • Marine Aquaculture • Adapting to Environmental Changes and Other Long Term Impacts in Marine Ecosystems • Promotion, Development and Marketing • Territorial Science >click to read<17:28

NH Public Hearing: October 16, 2013, Marine Aquaculture License Amendment – Proposed Shellfish Aquaculture Operation

The proposed amendment would be for an Aquaculture  License held by Michael Chambers of the University of New Hampshire and would  modify an existing Marine Aquaculture License (2013-12) by adding three  shellfish species and six seaweed species to a license that currently allows  for growth and sale of steelhead trout and blue mussel. [email protected] 09:58