Seafarmers Newsletter
April 2022
New look for our newsletter!
As you can see, the newsletter looks a little different this time around - that's because we've switched hosts! From now on, our newsletters will be sent out by Constant Contact instead of Mailchimp. This change will allow for more diverse newsletters and greater organization.

We plan to give a more modern feel to more of our content in the coming days, including a refresh of our seafarmers website to better serve our members and the industry. We'll be sending out more information about what that means for you soon. Keep an eye on your inbox!
Ocean Asset Map
Canada's Ocean Supercluster has created a directory map depicting over 1,900 ocean-based businesses across Canada. On the map, there's a section just for fisheries and aquaculture - you can find us there!

If you'd like to view the directory or submit your business for a listing, check out the link below.
Seafarmers 2022 Magazine
Opening for entries soon!
The Seafarmers Magazine is returning in 2022 - just in time for the conference! Starting in May, we're going to begin accepting advertising and content for the next issue of our in-house magazine.

This issue is anticipated to be completed and handed out at the Seafarmers and Minister's Conference in October. If you're interested in showcasing your stuff, keep an eye out for future updates next month.
Conference Update
The Ministers and Seafarmers' Conference is still on track for October 12-13, 2022. At the present time, more than 70% of booths are filled, but there is still space available if you are interested in a spot. There are also sponsorships available.

Check the link below for more information.
NSBI Export Development Program
Nova Scotia Business Inc. is now accepting applications for its Export Development Program (EDP). This program is for Nova Scotia businesses looking to increase sales outside of Nova Scotia, enhance their technology and e-commerce systems, and increase competitiveness.

Applications for the Export Development program must be received by January 13, 2023. For more information, please visit the website below.
Canada Loves Salmon
The Aquaculture Association of Canada recently launched a new campaign promoting the goodness of Canadian-raised farmed salmon. If you're interested in following the campaign, check out the links below!
Local Seafood Recipe
It only seems right to feature a salmon recipe after we've been speaking about it, doesn't it? Try this recipe from Andy's East Coast Kitchen with a side of potatoes or spinach salad.
Industry News Here
Sponsors for this Issue
In future issues, there will be a spot reserved in the newsletter for advertisements. This space can be used to promote your business, share an event, or anything else you would like to promote. Please contact for information and pricing.