ENVIRONMENTAL & ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL OF MAINE

Any Fin is Possible - Scaling Up Maine's Aquaculture Industry: E2Tech Forum & Holiday Reception

  • Tuesday, December 15, 2015
  • 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Gulf of Maine Research Institute, Portland, Maine

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Thank you to everyone who attended, we hope you all had a "fin"-tastic time!

Photo's from the event are posted on our Facebook page.

Edward Robinson's presentation is available here -Chairman & CEO, Acadia Harvest, Inc.



Registration for the Aquaculture Forum is now full. 
However, there is still room to join us at our Annual Holiday Reception!


4:30 – 6:00 p.m. Aquaculture Forum

6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Holiday Networking Reception


Following the forum, our annual holiday reception will also take place at one of the coolest marine research facilities in the country –
the Gulf of Maine Research Institute! 

Join in the fun with: 

  • Delicious HoneyMaker Mead tastings provided by Maine Mead Works,
  • Food generously donated by Hannaford Supermarket,
  • And live music performed by The High Tide Riders
Come relax and celebrate the holiday season while catching up with old friends, and networking with new connections. The more the merrier.

Networking only: $15


Aquaculture Forum: Any Fin is Possible- Scaling Up Maine's Aquaculture Industry
*Registration for this forum is now full.

Maine is known world-wide for its lobster and fishing industry, its aquaculture industry is growing, and its products will be increasingly in demand as the world’s appetite for sustainable seafood intensifies. Maine companies are applying innovative methods to the cultivation of fish, shellfish, and aquatic plants and coastal communities are engaged in the active management of these resources. According to the Maine Aquaculture Association, our state is one of the leading producers of farm-raised marine seafood in the country, including salmon, oysters, and mussels.

We will learn about this vital industry that is continuously striving to achieve long-term economic viability with new, environmentally sustainable methods of producing seafood for domestic consumption and global exports.


Speakers Include:

  • Paul Dobbins, President- Ocean Approved
  • Edward Robinson, Chairman & CEO- Acadia Harvest, Inc.
  • Matthew Moretti- Wild Ocean Aquaculture/ Bangs Island Mussels 
  • Richard Clime, Project Developer, Working Waterfront- CEI 



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