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- Work begins on second Australian oyster reefWork on a native shellfish reef off the Adelaide coastline is expected to begin in September after Glenelg was announced as the location this week.
- India’s fisheries boost schemeIn a boost to the fisheries sector in India, the government has announced a US$2.65 billion scheme that aims at doubling fish farmers incomes by 2024. The five-year scheme, from fiscal 2020-21 to fiscal 2024-25, will help improve infrastructure and boost investment in the fisheries sector, reports Aneetha NG.
- Skretting committed to leading sustainabilitySkretting’s latest sustainability report showcases strategies that the company has undertaken over the past year to develop and support sustainable fish and shrimp production.
- Fish farming grows in BrazilDespite challenging economic conditions, fish farming grew 4.90% in 2019 in Brazil, with 758,000 tonnes of fish produced in the country, reports Eduardo Campos Lima.
- Despite ban, trawlers to join Ghanaian fleetThree trawlers have arrived in Ghana from China and have been registered to the Ghanaian flag, despite the country’s moratorium on adding more fishing vessels to the fleet. The Ghanaian government’s own Fisheries Management Plan states that 48 trawlers are the most that the fishery can sustain, yet 76 trawlers were licensed at the end […]
- Work begins on second Australian oyster reef
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are grappling with how to find new revenue streams amid budget cuts and millions of dollars worth of deferred maintenance stacking up at its dams and fisheries just in time for thousands of orange- and camouflage-clad … Continue reading
Dove hunting in Colorado opened Thursday, the traditional opener serving as a tuneup of sorts for the duck, goose, pheasant and quail seasons to come. Opening day found our group of seven tuning up in the Arkansas Valley near my … Continue reading
More than 950,000 people hunt and fish in Colorado every year. That’s second only to the ski industry. Fact is, 70 percent of Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s annual budget comes from hunting and fishing license revenue. “That includes everything. Both game … Continue reading