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Cracking NEW website for 2018.
This is most useful tool for shellfish farmers.
Current Activities and Future Perspectives. The meeting aims at building a network of oyster restoration experts and institutions around Europe with input from experiences and knowledge exchange around the world.
Please contact Henning von Nordheim for more details.
Loch Fyne Oysters recieve ASC standard for responsible farming of Blue mussels, the first company worldwide to do so.
Loch Fyne Oysters Ltd Managing Director Cameron Brown said, “We are very proud to be the first blue mussel farmer in the world to receive this certification from ASC, which is recognition of Loch Fyne Oysters dedication and hard work to provide ethically grown and environmentally friendly mussels to our customers around the globe."
Congratulations to the winners of Scotland's Best Shellfish
Left to Right the winners are:
Richard Tait, Shetland Mussels Ltd. - Best Mussels
Judith Vajk, Caledonian Oysters Ltd. - Best Native Oysters
Craig Archibald, Islay Oysters, - Best Rock Oysters
Native Oyster Supply and Demand - June 2018
Please click here to download a questionnaire on your Native Oyster wishes. Patricia Daly from BIM is compiling a database of both supply and emand for native oysters, and with your help will be able to help match supply and demand, This is part of the workstreams that have come out of both the EAS Thematic Group on European flat oysters in Croatia in October 2017, and also the Native Oyster restoration Alliance (NORA) in Berlin in November 2017.
From Friday 14th to Sunday 16th 2018, the Stranraer Oyster festival was in full swing. There was a good turnout of people to the festival, which had a tent for hot food with a bar and six different food producers and bands all day, A children's tent with many different activities on both Saturday and Sunday, and a craft tent. The oysters were piped ashore on Friday, and the party began.
On Saturday over 600 people attended the Big Oyster Bash, read more in the October Grower.