HBN to host live public panel on Aquaculture Review Board’s first fish farming decision
Breaking down what we know after the Board's first ruling.
Open net-pens at Rattling Beach in the Annapolis Basin. Photo: Simon Ryder-Burbidge.
On Friday, after a one-week delay, the Nova Scotia Aquaculture Review Board (NSARB) finally released its first ever salmon farming decision, electing to approve the expansion of Cooke’s Rattling Beach site in the Annapolis Basin. We’ve organized a virtual media briefing to break down the decision, the NSARB process, and what it means for the future of huge industry expansion plans in Nova Scotia. We'll hear from HBN coastal community groups on the front lines of those expansion plans, and from our colleagues at Ecojustice and the Atlantic Salmon Federation, both of whom participated in the Rattling Beach ARB hearing.
When: Tuesday, February 1st, 11 a.m. AST
Where: Online (Zoom) and live from Ecology Action Centre’s Facebook page.
Watch the briefing live from the Ecology Action Centre Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/EcologyActionCentre
Register on Zoom:
Karen Traversy, Association for the Preservation of the Eastern Shore
Derek Purcell, Twin Bays Coalition
Gwen Wilson, St. Mary’s Bay Protectors
Kris Hunter, NS-PEI Program Director, Atlantic Salmon Federation
Sarah McDonald, Staff Lawyer, Ecojustice
Brian Muldoon, Protect Liverpool Bay
For more information, please contact:
Vice Chair, Healthy Bays Network
Marine Campaign Coordinator, Ecology Action Centre