Maritime anthropology: it's personal
For maritime anthropologist Tanya King, the people are the most fascinating part of a fishery
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- 11/09/2015 - Funding to grow white fish for the future
The FRDC, Clean Seas Tuna, South Australian Research and Development Institute and NSW Department of Primary Industries welcomed the govenment announcement of $3 million funding for research into Australian Yellowtail Kingfish aquaculture production.
- 09/09/2015 - New Board to bring changes to fisheries and aquaculture research in Australia
The FRDC welcomes the announcement and appointment of six new directors to the FRDC Board by Federal Agriculture Minister, the Hon. Barnaby Joyce and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Agriculture, the Hon. Senator Richard Colbeck.
- 08/02/2016 - Australian fishers seeking seafood solutions in United States
Four Australian fishers are about to set on a journey of discovery visiting the United States to cast a line and exchange ideas on how small scale fisheries are selling both seafood and themselves to their communities.
- 28/10/2015 - National Seafood Award winners committed to excellence
Tasmanian Atlantic Salmon producer Huon Aquaculture won the title of Australia’s Best Seafood Primary Producer at the eighth National Seafood Industry Awards presented in Perth, WA, on Tuesday night.
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