Center for Sustainable Seafood Systems

Center for Sustainable Seafood Systems
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Our mission is to apply sound science and engineering practices to seafood production in ways that:

Provide educational opportunities and skills to our future US workforce, Innovate seafood technologies and practices through interdisciplinary research, Collaborate with industry and other partners to promote responsible seafood, Communicate our findings to benefit communities, the environment, and society.


Research from UNH helmed by David Berlinsky with Linas Kenter is developing saltwater striped bass aquaculture, paving the way for a new industry to grow striped bass.

Learn, share, and connect by joining the free online community for the U.S. Aquaculture Industry

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From Durham, NH to the NH seacoast, UNH has five research facilities well-equipped to support sustainable seafood systems

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Researchers at UNH are involved in various multidisciplanary projects from aquaculture to sustainable fisheries

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UNH is spreading the word about how Aquaculture benefits people, our economy, and the environment

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