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Tide to Table Profile: Carteret Community College Aquaculture Technology

Carteret Community College’s Aquaculture Technology program is teaching sustainable marine science and business skills to future growers in North Carolina.
September 23, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Two students pull a trawling net in Bogue Sound, as a third student looks on. Carteret Community College Aquaculture Technology students pull a trawling net through Bogue Sound, just offshore from the campus lab. Credit: Carteret Community College

Tide to Table Profile: Swell Oyster Co.

Swell Oyster Co. grows oysters, bay scallops, and clams in the working waterfront town of Hampton Harbor, New Hampshire.
September 23, 2022 - Feature Story ,
A hand holding four Swell Oysters in the shell. The four oysters are market-size and take up the person's entire hand. Market-size Atlantic Oysters, grown by Swell Oyster Co. of Hampton Harbor, New Hampshire. Credit: Swell Oyster Co.

Tide to Table Profile: Alaska Shellfish Farms

Alaska Shellfish Farms grows oysters, mussels, and kelp in the glacial waters of Halibut Cove’s Kachemak Bay.
September 23, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Two Alaska Shellfish Farms oysters, shucked and arranged on a bed of snow outdoors, next to a biodegradable plastic bag of oysters and an oyster cage. Two Glacier Point Oysters, aquacultured in the Kachemak Bay by Alaska Shellfish Farms. Credit: Alaska Shellfish Farms

Science to Support Sustainable Shellfish and Seaweed Aquaculture Development in Alaska State Waters

NOAA Fisheries releases new strategic research plan for shellfish and seaweed aquaculture in Alaska.
August 11, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Kelp underwater

Community Engagement Builds Sustainable Strategies for Pinto Abalone in Alaska

NOAA and Alaska Sea Grant enhance community involvement to create an Alaska abalone working group.
July 15, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Pinto abalone Pinto abalone. Credit: NOAA Fisheries

Alaska Region’s Aquaculture Program Expands Diversity & Inclusion

NOAA’s aquaculture program has created a K-12 education program to explore growing traditional foods in the community.
June 08, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Vibrant red algae on a rocky beach. A vibrant red algae called dulse has been harvested by the Tlingit and Haida peoples of Southeast Alaska for millennia. Credit: NOAA Fisheries

The Northeast Aquaculture Conference and Expo: Well Worth the Wait

The long-awaited 2022 Northeast Aquaculture Conference and Exposition and Milford Aquaculture Seminar brought more than 500 aquaculture industry leaders, scientists, and ecosystem managers to Portland, Maine, in April.
June 06, 2022 - Feature Story ,
Three female scientists stand in front of a slide presentation in a conference room. The slide reads “Shelf & bag oyster aquaculture cages provide habitat for fish similar to natural boulder reefs”. NOAA Milford Lab scientists (left to right) Julie Rose, Renee Mercaldo-Allen, and Gillian Phillips present their research on the habitat services provided by shellfish aquaculture in Long Island Sound. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Kristen Jabanoski