Monday, November 5, 2018

Hawaii Sea Grant awarded nearly $1M for aquaculture research

The University of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant College Program has received nearly $1 million for aquaculture research in support of food security research, education and outreach in the state.
 
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Maria Haws, Director of Hawaiʻi Sea Grant's Centre of Excellence in Sustainable Aquaculture and Coastal Resources and director of UH Hilo's Pacific Aquaculture and Coastal Resources Centre, received $182,955 for her project, "Increasing Opportunities for Aquaculture of High Value Marine Fish in Hawaiʻi."

It will develop improved culture methods for the native marine fish species Pacific Threadfin, known locally as moi, in land-based systems.


Read the full article on the International Aquafeed website, HERE.

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