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Vancouver Sun: Salmon farming comes ashore

Salmon farming comes ashore

By Randy Shore, Vancouver Sun
Fish grown in closed containment systems offer big environmental advantages, proponents say. 

Twenty-three thousand Atlantic salmon smolts will arrive at the ’Namgis First Nation’s salmon farm in January, just a fraction of the millions of similar fish that grow to maturity each year in B.C.

What’s different about these fish is that they will never swim in the ocean, never come in contact with wild salmon and never be treated for sea lice.

Salmon farming comes ashore in land based aquaculture (pdf 681kb)