If you are interested in a career in Aquaculture we have a number of training providers listed
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NZIER report on the economic contribution of marine farming in the Marlborough region
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THE BLUE MUSSEL PROJECT: Research into a solution to the oversettlement of blue mussels.
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90 MILE BEACH PROJECT: Research to assess the quality and viability of spat before it leaves Kaitaia.
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MARINE FARM COMPLIANCE: Marine farm compliance audit partnership programme
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Industry Bodies |Aquaculture New Zealand was formed in 2007 as a single voice for the New Zealand aquaculture sector to protect the current industry, while enhancing its profitability and providing leadership to facilitate transformational growth.

Our aim is to see the New Zealand aquaculture sector recognised within New Zealand and around the world as producing healthy, high quality, environmentally sustainable aquaculture products.

Aquaculture New Zealand brings together the membership of the individual species bodies, the New Zealand Mussel Industry Council, the New Zealand Salmon Famers Association and the New Zealand Oyster Industry Association.

Primarily funded through an industry levy, the organisation’s chief role is the implementation of the industry strategy which will see the sector grow to earn $1billion annually by 2025.

NEW ZEALAND AQUACULTURE LIMITED
Chief Executive - Gary Hooper
SALMON
NZ Salmon Farmers Association Inc (NZSFA)
Chair: Mark Gillard
MUSSELS
NZ Mussel Industry Council (NZMIC)
Chair: Bruce Hearn
OYSTERS
NZ  Oyster Industry Association Inc (NZOIA)
Chair: Jim Dollimore
 
ASSOCIATED ORAGANISATIONS
(Non-voting Observers)
Marine Farming Association Members (MFA) Contact: Jonathan Large MFA President Te Ohu Kai Moana (TOKM)
Contact: Craig Lawson,
Seafood Resource Analyst
NZ Seafood Industry Council (SeaFIC) Contact: Nici Gibbs, Policy Manager Coramandel Marine Farmers Association (CMFA) Contact: Gilbert James, Chair
NZAQC Water Quality Committee
Contact: Dorothy-Jean McCoubrey, Food Safety Adviser, Aquaculture New Zealand
Seafood Industry Training Organisation (SITO)
Food Safety Adviser, Aquaculture New Zealand
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