Everything you should know about open net-pens aquaculture. Everything you'll need to take action.

ACADEMIC publications

​2016 - Industrial aquaculture and the politics of resignation

Marine Policy, Elsevier Ltd.

Benjamin Rigby, Reade Davis, Dean Bavington, Christopher Baird  (2016)

Memorial University of Newfoundland

2016 - Contentious mobilities and Cheap(er) Labour: Temporary Foreign Workers in a New Brunswick Seafood Processing Community

Canadian Journal of Sociology

Christine Knott (2016)

2014 - A New Regulatory Framework for Low-Impact/High-Value Aquaculture in Nova Scotia. 
The Final Report of the Independent Aquaculture Regulatory Review for Nova Scotia

Meinhard Doelle and William Lahey (2014)​

Land Based RAS and Open Pen Salmon Aquaculture: Comparative Economic and Environmental Assessment
The Conservation Fund

TrondW. Rosten, KristianHenriksen, Erik Skontorp Hognes, Brian Vinci, Steven Summerfelt 



​2019 - Artifishal produced by Patagonia

2016 - Salmon Wars - by Silver Donald Cameron and Chris Beckett


April 7, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald

Politicians can’t evade aquaculture responsibility
Daryl Gray

April 1, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald

Why don’t politicians listen to fish farm opposition?

Katherine Feiel

March 20, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald

End looms for open-pen salmon farms — time for Atlantic Canada to get on board

Ralph Surette

March 9, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald

Take it from a reluctant ‘activist’: aquaculture a noxious industry

Cora Swinamer

January 31, 2020 - The Chronicle Herald

Five knocks against farming salmon along Nova Scotia coast

Helga Guderley 

January 15, 2020 (p 13) - Masthead News

Twin Bays Coalition Says “No!” to Open-Net Pens

Geoff Le Boutillier (St. Margaret’s Bay) & Syd Dumaresq (Mahone Bay)

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