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The Women in North American Aquaculture Summit (WINAAS) will take place next week, on September 8. The virtual event, organized by Aquaculture North America, aims "to understand the road to equal opportunity in the industry". Through a keynote and four panels, the day will address equal pay solutions, entrepreneurship, innovation, training, and mentoring. Both women and men in North American aquaculture are welcome to participate.

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