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Listed below ia a series of fact sheets on issues related to the PEI aquaculture industry. AIN.27.2015 Freshwater Immersion to Control the Clubbed Tunicate, Styela clava AIN.26.2015 Freshwater Immersion to Control the Vase Tunicate, Ciona intestinalis AIN.25.2015 Freshwater Treatment as a...
The department supports science based fishery management measures and values opportunities to collaborate with all levels of government and industry stakeholders to conduct science and research related to the main commercial species landed in Prince Edward Island. Science and research projects in...
What is FPT and industry relations?, The department works diligently to advocate on behalf of our province’s commercial fishing industry at the federal/ provincial and territorial level to ensure that the interests of our province are represented and understood. Department staff represents the...
What is the Lobster Resource Monitoring Program?, The Lobster Resource Monitoring Program (LRMP) is a collaboration between the PEIFA, Department of Fisheries & Oceans and the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries to : Collect from fishermen information/data on their daily catch Capture data...
Form used by fish buyers to report on a monthly basis on the species and amount of shellfish or fish processed or purchased.
Form used by fisg processors to report on a yearly basis on the species and amount of shellfish or fish processed.
Form used by shellfish processors to report on a monthly basis on the species and amount of shellfish processed.
Stop the spread of aquatic invasive species on PEI brochure
There is an important hatchery focused salmon and rainbow trout finfish industry on Prince Edward Island that supplies eggs, fingerlings, fry and smolt for grow out at sites in NS, NB and Nfld. The hatchery products are produced in two Atlantic salmon facilities and one rainbow trout facility....
Mussel Monitoring Program Two mussel growers are standing onboard a fishing vessel in Malpeque Bay. They have lifted the longline out of the water using a large hydraulic boom to inspect the mussel shellfish hanging from the longline. Mussel growers inspecting their crop in Malpeque Bay, PEI. Image...