What does the future of salmon farming look like? CBC’s The National features the ‘Namgis First Nation’s Kuterra project, funded in part by Tides Canada through our Salmon Aquaculture Innovation Fund. The Kuterra project, based on northern Vancouver Island, produces Atlantic salmon in land-based tanks. The project is designed to assess the technical, biological, and economic feasibility of land-based closed containment aquaculture as an alternative to rearing fish in the ocean, which better protects wild salmon and the marine environment.
November 15, 2018
On National Philanthropy Day, Tides Canada wants to thank you for helping us provide uncommon solutions for the common good. National Philanthropy Day is celebrated internationally every year on November 15 and recognizes the activities of donors, volunteers, foundations, leaders, corporations, and others engaged in philanthropy. Today, we want to send our sincere thanks to you—our community […]