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Cold Harvest Conference and Trade Show

September 5–7, 2023

12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Registrations are closed

Aquaculture – The Future of Responsible Food Production

The Annual Cold Harvest Conference and Trade Show is the main networking and information dissemination event for the aquaculture sector in Newfoundland and Labrador (NL).  As Canada’s premier aquaculture conference and trade show, Cold Harvest attracts over 600 delegates from across Canada and around the world.  With world-class keynote speakers and guests, sessions and panel discussions related to aquaculture innovation, technology and consumer trends, this event should not be missed!

Please join us for this exciting event at the Delta Hotel in historic St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. 

Accomodations:

Reserve your room at our special NAIA CH2023 conference rates:

Delta Hotels by Marriott St. John’s
120 new Gower Street
$219+ applicable taxes
1-800-268-1133
CLICK HERE for Cold Harvest Conference Room Rate
Limited rooms available

Jag Hotel 
115 George Street
$179 + applicable taxes
(844) 564-1524
Limited rooms available 

Be sure to request the NAIA Cold Harvest Conference rate.

Details

Start: September 5, 2023
12:00 p.m.
End: September 7, 2023
10:00 p.m.
Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association

Delta Hotels by Marriott St. John's Conference Centre, New Gower Street, St. John's, NL, Canada

New Gower Street 120
A1C 6K4 St. John's NL
Canada

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Keynote Speaker

Keynote Speaker – Dr. Halley Froehlich,

University of California, Santa Barbara 

Climate change is an immediate and future threat to food security globally that is well studied, yet the possible outcomes for aquaculture – one of the fastest growing food sectors on the planet – remains a major knowledge gap.

With growing populations and growing food needs, we must consider the implications and impacts of future increases in food production. Sustainable aquaculture is important for our future. Among protein sources, cultured seafood offers low environmental impacts, if we do it right.

Dr. Froehlich will share what she has learned about food sustainability and climate change knowledge gaps, including the potential impact of changing ocean conditions on finfish and bivalve aquaculture. Learn how impact mapping and adaptive strategies - from genetics to spatial planning - is needed for aquaculture to remain sustainable into the future.

https://froehlichlab.eemb.ucsb.edu/

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