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The Social and Community Effects of Salmon Farming and Rearing

NZIER report on the economic contribution of marine farming in the Marlborough region

THE BLUE MUSSEL PROJECT: Research into a solution to the oversettlement of blue mussels.
90 MILE BEACH PROJECT: Research to assess the quality and viability of spat before it leaves Kaitaia.
MARINE FARM COMPLIANCE: Marine farm compliance audit partnership programme
Publications |An insight into marine farming in the top of the south of New Zealand.

Lines in the Water
n 2004 the NZMFA released a book on a history of mussel farming in New Zealand. This book focuses on the personalities and vessels involved in the first quarter century of the industry's growth.

About the Book:

This book was commissioned by the MFA as a celebration of the mussel industry and a tribute to its pioneers. It was preceded by an oral history project, also by Carol Dawber, and tapes form that project are lodged at the Oral History Centre at the Alexander Turnball Library in Wellington.

About the Author:
Carol Dawber is a Picton based writer who has specialised in Nelson/Marlborough histories. Previous publications include The Jacksons of Te Awaiti, a history of Tory Channel whaler Jimmy Jackson and his descendents, and Inheriting the Dream, about co-operative dairy companies in the Tasman region. A former Nelson Mail journalist, Carol has also worked as a scriptwriter for Shortland Street and has completed a Spectrum documentary programme for National Radio. Lines in the Water is her twelfth book.

Available from: Marine Farming Association Inc
PO Box 86, Blenheim.
Phone: 03 578 5044
Fax: 03 578 5046
email: info@marinefarming.co.nz  and from all good book shops.

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