Resources: Aquaculture in Shared Waters

Resources: Aquaculture in Shared Waters

This page lists some of the materials produced during the AQSW project, and related news content, so that readers can both learn more about the program, and gather more information for their own consideration as prospective farmers.  

Fact Sheets: 

These documents were developed to help readers understand some of the opportunities, realities and considerations for becoming an aquaculture producer in Maine. They are intended as an early step in the process of gathering information, and have references and contacts to help growers to get deeper in to the topics.  

Aquaculture in Maine - by Dana L. Morse (Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension), James Crimp (Island Institute) and Rebecca Clark Uchenna (Island Institute).

The Business of Aquaculture - by Richard D. Clime, Coastal Enterprises, Inc.  

Kelp Aquaculture - by Sarah Redmond, Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension

Getting to Know Your Water - by Dana L. Morse (Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension) Samuel Belknap (University of Maine), and Rebecca Clark Uchenna (Island Institute)

Husbandry - by Dana L. Morse (Maine Sea Grant and University of Maine Cooperative Extension) Samuel Belknap (University of Maine), and Rebecca Clark Uchenna (Island Institute)

News:

Program helps fishermen train for aquaculture ventures - The Working Waterfront/Island Institute, November 2013

Farmers and Fishermen Sharing the Waters - Catherine Schmitt, Maine Sea Grant

Maine Aquaculture Training Programs Help Fishermen Become Aquafarmers - Muriel Hendrix, Aquaculture North America, May/June 2016

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