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Abigail Ebachi Tarchie from Ghana and Eliza Syropoulou from Greece are the new winners of the Kvarøy Arctic 2022 Women in Aquaculture Scholarship. For the third year in a row, the salmon brand awards two $10,000 scholarships to recipients who are passionate about the future of food and stewardship in sustainable aquaculture.

Firstly, Kvarøy Arctic developed the first-of-its-kind, international scholarship in 2020 one is dedicated to applicants from all around the world and the other . . .

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