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Second time round for Australia’s best fish and chips
FRDC responds to attack on Australian fisheries science
A recent report found that fishing activities in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, pose a relatively minor risk to the ecosystem health, when compared to the much greater external (non-fishing) threats.
Friday June 1 2018 is International Fish and Chip day and it celebrates one of the world’s favourite fast foods, the humble fish and chips.
National Carp Control Plan Coordinator Matt Barwick today welcomed recent international interest shown in Australia’s National Carp Control Plan (NCCP) which discusses the risks associated with using biological controls.
The Fisheries Research and Development Corporation today announced a sponsored study tour project to enable young leaders in recreational fishing to attend the 8th World Recreational Fishing Conference in Canada.
The National Carp Control Plan Coordinator, Matt Barwick said a new scientific paper out of the United States offers clues as to how the highly invasive and environmentally destructive reign of the ‘rats of the river’ could be stopped.
The launch of Seafood Industry Australia (SIA) today in Adelaide is testament to Australia’s seafood industry coming together in spectacular fashion to create a new national peak body.