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Michelle Twomey
NSPA
Stakeholders are being invited to make submissions on a draft National Strategic Plan for Sustainable Aquaculture Development 2030 (Plan). The Plan provides a strategy for the sustainable development of aquaculture in Ireland over the next decade and has been developed using a ‘food systems’ approach in line with Food Vision 2030. It envisages an increasing… Continue Reading Public Consultation on Draft National Strategic Plan for Sustainable Aquaculture Development 2030
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Minster for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue TD has launched the Public Consultation the Public Consultation on the draft Seafood Development Programme 2021-27 – Ireland’s programme under the European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund. Stakeholders are being invited to make submissions on the draft Seafood development Programme 2021-27 – Ireland’s programme under the… Continue Reading Public Consultation on the draft Seafood Development Programme 2021-27 – Ireland’s programme under the European Maritime, Fisheries and Aquaculture Fund.
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RV Celtic Explorer
The fisheries research undertaken by Marine Institute scientists on board the RV Celtic Explorer features in a new short video documentary on Euronews.com – Europe’s leading international news channel. The short documentary ‘Where’s the catch? The fishery surveys keeping our seas sustainable’ highlights the work of Marine Institute scientists during the annual Irish Groundfish Survey on Ireland’s… Continue Reading Marine Institute Fisheries Research featured on Euronews
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Mussels
The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue TD, today announced the award of €1 million in grants to 13 aquaculture enterprises under his Department’s European Maritime and Fisheries Fund Programme . The grant awards will support total investment in these businesses of €2,917,572. The grants are co-funded by the Government of Ireland… Continue Reading €1 million capital grants awarded to 13 aquaculture enterprises
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