News from the Atlantic Salmon Federation
ASF Rivernotes – River Projects
If you know of an innovative project that will improve Atlantic salmon rivers, check out the remarks at the beginning of this week’s edition of ASF Rivernotes. On the Miramichi, everyone is hoping for that Fall Run.
ASF River Notes | Reports on salmon runs, research field work and other matters of interest in the world of Atlantic salmon
ASF Research Blog update
– Read the latest update from the world of ASF researchers, including deal with a dam under repair.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Research - In the Field
Hemingway – Dropping a line for the Atlantic Salmon Journal
Word of an article in the Autumn ASJ by John Hemingway, grandson of Ernest Hemingway, has created a buzz across the continent. John Hemingway weaves the story of his grandfather with the return of Atlantic salmon to the Seine River, even as it passes through Paris. Read more.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Hemingway: Dropping a Line for Maritime Magazine
Importance of Rigorous Aquaculture Regs in NS Cannot be Overstated
Bill Black looks at Nova Scotia’s draft report on aquaculture regulations that is now being reviewed – and soon may provide the basis for government oversight of the industry in Nova Scotia. Worth reading.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Importance of Rigorous Aquaculture Regs Cannot be Overstated
Environmental Lawyers Find Glaring Gaps in Proposed Federal Aquaculture Regulation
An organization of environmental lawyers says the Federal Government is not fulfilling its obligation to protect wild fish species with its proposed change in regulations – the biggest change since aquaculture began in the 1970s.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Environmental Lawyers Find Glaring Gaps in Proposed Aquaculture Regulation
NOAA Supports Penobscot River Habitat Restoration
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Restoration has provided $400,000 for habitat restoration associated with the ongoing Penobscot Restoration Project.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - NOAA Gives $400K Grant for Penobscot Restoration
Atlantic Salmon Recolonizing in River in Southern France with Better Stream Passage
New tributary streams in the upper reaches of the Adour River are being colonized, thanks to improved dam passage, and removal of some dams. This river drains much of the north side of the Pyrenees Mountains that separate France and Spain.
Atlantic Salmon Federation - Salmon Recolonizing Upper Adour in France