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Helping Sea Farmers Meet Their Business GoalsAquaculture Association of Nova Scotia

Helping Sea Farmers Meet Their Business Goals

Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia

From its base in Halifax, the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia (AANS) operates across the province “from Yarmouth to Cape North, Cape Breton, and all points in between,” according to association Executive Director Tom Smith. The not-for-profit, membership-based industry trade group was founded in 1977 by a volunteer group of sea farmers. Today, it represents over 95 percent of all aquaculture farming in Nova Scotia across three sectors: finfish such as salmon, trout, and striped bass; shellfish such as oysters, mussels, clams, quahogs, scallops; and sea plants such as sugar kelp.

Copper is King, and Here’s WhyArizona Mining Association

Copper is King, and Here’s Why

Arizona Mining Association

The 48th U.S. state, Arizona, got its state flag in 1917. This bold flag boasts a setting sun with 13 red and yellow rays – for America’s original 13 colonies –and a prominent copper-colored star, identifying Arizona as the greatest copper producer in the United States. And it still is.

New Farms, New FoodInnovation in Agriculture

New Farms, New Food

Innovation in Agriculture

They say you are what you eat.

Well, if technology is the future of food, we might be more apt to say we digitize than digest.

With 2 billion more people living on the planet in the next 30 years, global population is expected to outpace current food production supply by as early as 2050. Compounding this situation is that in some countries, such as the U.S., irrigation-thirsty agricultural land is pumping groundwater faster than nature can replenish.

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