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American Aquafarms' project of salmon processing site in the Gouldsboro village of Prospect Harbor, Maine. Image: American Aquafarms.

“We need to find solutions to this impasse”, American Aquafarms after withdrawing the appeal against Maine’s decision to reject its farm application

A month after its appeal in court against Maine's decision to reject its farm application, American Aquafarms (AAF) has decided to withdraw that lawsuit and give dialogue a chance. "We need to find solutions to this impasse", Thomas Brennan, AAF's Director of Project Development, has told to WeAreAquaculture. "In that regard, we need to have…

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Mikael Rønes, American Aquafarms CEO. American Aquafarms.

“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…

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American Aquafarms obtains Maine Fair Trade Prospect Harbor property

Area councilors extended a moratorium for more than six months American Aquafarms has bought Maine Fair Trade Lobster’s property in Prospect Harbor after area councilors decided to extend a moratorium on finfish aquaculture for more than six months. William Blais, East Coast Seafood Group’s Chief Executive Officer, made the announcement. Firstly, the moratorium was…

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