THIS SITE SUPPORTED BY CITIZENS FOR SUSTAINABLE AQUACULTURE NOW!
This is a blog produced for concerned citizens and others in Canada, USA, Norway, Ireland and Chile. It is designed to provide information to others in coastal communities about whether industrial scale fish farms can be managed in a safe, sustainable and responsible way and whether this scale of development is ultimately best for our coastal communities.
To date, there have been dangerous and questionable practices used by Canadian and foreign firms in industrial fish farming in all of the jursidictions above.
We are hoping that access to the best information available will empower citizens in coastal communities the world over to make sensible choices about industrial farming and to insist that any fish farming done in and around their communities be done responsibly and sustainably.
Please feel free to use any information on these pages and to forward any of the information, news, links, etc. to any others who might find it of interest or use in their communities.
Citizens for Sustainable Aquaculture NOW!
Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Canada
Some useful resources include:
- Friends of Port Mouton Bay
- St. Mary’s Bay Coastal Alliance
- Friends of Shelburne Harbour
- Atlantic Coalition for Aquaculture Reform
- Ecology Action Centre
- Atlantic Salmon Federation
- Farmed and Dangerous
- Salmon Are Sacred
- Friends don’t let friends eat farmed salmon