“We hope for a fair and unbiased process”, American Aquafarms after appealing to the courts against Maine’s decision to reject his farm application

    American Aquafarms (AAF) believes that they meet the necessary requirements to satisfy Maine’s Department of Marine Resources (DMR) and are confident that the court appeal they have filed against its final decision to deny the permit to open will be successful. Convinced that their farm project is an important opportunity for the area where it will be located, they remain hopeful that this appeal will give them the time needed to find a viable way forward. “We hope for a fair and unbiased process”, says Thomas Brennan, Director of Project Development at American Aquafarms, but also recognizes that this appeal is their last resort.

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