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Leading the Future of Recirculating Aquaculture Systems at RASTECH 2024

We're thrilled to have attended RASTECH 2024, an international conference and trade fair dedicated to the advancement of Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS) technology in early June. This premier annual event serves as a hub for RAS fish farmers, producers,...
World Trout Culture Summit

World Trout Culture Summit

Join us on a global journey as we participate in the World Trout Culture Summit. Explore the insights and innovations that promise to shape the future of trout farming, with Gold River Aquafarms’ John Holder as a panel speaker. These panels offer exciting discussions about the landscape of trout farming on a global scale.
Gold River Aquafarms gets $50,000 boost from the government

Gold River Aquafarms gets $50,000 boost from the government

“Gold River Aquafarms will be getting a big boost toward their final project, an ambitious $100 million dollar re-circulatory aquaculture system project built on a former pulp and paper mill through an investment by the B.C. Government. The money was given to the company late last month. Jobs, Economic Development and Innovation Minister of B.C., Brenda Bailey said that the $50,000 from the provincial government goes toward assessment and evaluation of the proposed site. Bailey was in Campbell River as part of a tour of North Island.”
B.C. investing $750,000 in manufacturing projects on Vancouver Island

B.C. investing $750,000 in manufacturing projects on Vancouver Island

Gold River Aquafarms is proud to be one of B.C.'s recipients for their total of $750,000 investments in manufacturing projects on Vancouver Island. Learn how our portion of this funding will contribute to our mission of sustainable salmon farming. This financial injection will play a pivotal role in advancing our development while positively contributing to the local economy.
B.C. government supports Vancouver Island-based projects

B.C. government supports Vancouver Island-based projects

Dive into the exciting news of B.C. government's support for Vancouver Island-based projects, including Gold River Aquafarms. Discover how this support is propelling sustainable aquaculture forward in our region, paving the way for a brighter, more sustainable future in land-based aquaculture.
Gold River Aquafarms aiming to break ground on B.C. salmon RAS in Q3

Gold River Aquafarms aiming to break ground on B.C. salmon RAS in Q3

“Planning continues on a project that could provide a way forward for Canada’s land-based aquaculture industry. Gold River Aquafarms is seeking to build a recirculating aquaculture system (RAS) facility on the site of a former sawmill in the village of Gold River, British Columbia, to produce steelhead trout. Company president Rob Walker said at full production, the facility will produce 3,000 metric tons of steelhead annually.”
SENA EXPOSITION

SENA EXPOSITION

In March, we ventured down to Boston to attend SENA (Seafood Expo North America), North America’s largest ...

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