Profiles of aquaculture in Michigan

by Randall D. Johnson

Publisher: Michigan Sea Grant Program in [Ann Arbor, Mich.?]

Written in English
Published: Pages: 28 Downloads: 386
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Subjects:

  • Aquaculture -- Michigan.,
  • Aquaculture industry -- Michigan.,
  • Fish-culture -- Michigan.

Edition Notes

StatementRandall D. Johnson and Daniel R. Talhelm.
SeriesMICHU-SG -- 78-203., Sea grant technical report -- no. 61., Extension bulletin / Cooperative Extension Service, Michigan State University -- no. E1230., Technical report (Michigan Sea Grant Program) -- no. 61., Extension bulletin (Michigan State University. Cooperative Extension Service) -- no. E1230.
ContributionsTalhelm, Daniel R., Michigan Sea Grant Program.
The Physical Object
Paginationi, 28 p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16109182M

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MICHIGAN COMMERCIAL AQUACULTURE REGULATORY RESOURCE BOOK 2 CHAPTER 1: Facility Registration All aquaculture facilities, including aquaponics, must obtain an aquaculture facility registration or an aquaculture research permit1 from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) prior to startup.

In Michigan, commercial net-pen aquaculture is currently not permitted in the Great Lakes. Why farm fish in Michigan.

About 90 percent of seafood sold in the U.S. is Profiles of aquaculture in Michigan book from other countries. Even in Michigan, about 95 percent of seafood is imported. Farming fish here could have some benefits.

Michigan's abundant water resources and diverse agricultural base make our state uniquely positioned to capitalize on this opportunity and meet the protein needs of the world.

The State of Michigan and the aquaculture industry are working together to grow Michigan's current industry into a major part of Michigan's agriculture sector. Michigan Sea Grant and Michigan State University Extension were recently involved with the completion of the Michigan’s Aquaculture Industry Integrated report summarized from the Michigan aquaculture industry perspective the various scenarios to expand aquaculture development in Michigan.

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“Fisheries and Oceans Canada has performed a five-year study on net-pen operations in Lake Huron, and the study found the risk to the environment to be low,” Kinnunen said.

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