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The Ropes to Reefs project will assess the ecosystem services and benefits of offshore mussel farming and assess the restoration of essential fish habitat, biodiversity and associated healthy fish stocks.
Louisa Gairn
2 min read
The “Ropes to Reefs” project is tagging lobsters near Offshore Shellfish’s mussel farm in Lyme Bay, to better understand how mussel aquaculture affects other marine life and regional fishery species. 
Wild blue mussels, Mytilus edulis.
Louisa Gairn
2 min read
Researchers at the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture hope new knowledge can help Scottish mussel farmers improve production levels for stability and profitability. 
Lighthouse on an island near Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Rocio Álvarez Jiménez
1 min read
The online platform is still under development and is scheduled to go live in March 2025.
Aerial view of an Atlantic salmon farm in Bantry Bay, in County Cork, western Ireland.
Louisa Gairn
1 min read
Atlantic salmon continues to lead sales revenue in Ireland, but the shellfish sector was the top employer in 2022, according to a new BIM report.
Minister Luis Planas and representatives of the National Association of Manufacturers of Canned Fish and Seafood (Anfaco-Cecopesca)
Rocio Álvarez Jiménez
1 min read
Spain is the largest exporter in the European Union of canned and prepared fish and seafood
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