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BIM Announces Programme for Farmed Seaweed Conference

Bord Iascaigh Mhara has announced the speaker programme for its “Farmed Irish Seaweed: An Ocean Wonder Food?” which takes place on 18 and 19 November next in The Radisson Blu Hotel, Limerick.Commenting at the conference programme unveiling, Donal Maguire, Director of Aquaculture Development Services said:

BIM are pleased to host a conference that will showcase some of Ireland and the world's most sought-after seaweed experts. The speaker line-up on offer should appeal to a diverse audience that ranges from the scientific to the commercial.

The day-long conference will offer delegates an opportunity to hear the latest findings and expert opinion and analysis on how Ireland can best drive forward its own budding farmed seaweed sector. Central to our conference programme will be the information sessions BIM will run on how delegates can become involved in Ireland's farmed seaweed sector either as new entrants or as seafood professionals looking to further diversify their raw material base.

The morning-long interactive forum which will follow the main conference will facilitate useful discussion and debate on the challenges and opportunities Ireland's farmed seaweed sector faces as it develops to reach its full market potential both at a domestic and global level.”

The conference booking line and programme is open at www.bim.ie

 

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MFV Sainte Catherine Laboure at Galway Docks

 

Fishermen Unhappy with Minister’s Apparent Lack
of Interest in their Industry

While the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney has called on the European Commission to create an emergency fund to help Irish mackerel fishermen affected by the Russian ban on EU food and agriculture imports, whitefish and inshore fishermen are infuriated that their sectors which suffered enormously during the winter of 2013/14 was not given the same determination in the pursuit of financial relief from Brussels by the minister even though FIF asked for assistance under EMFF.

 

Calls for the Minister to Stand Down on page 2 of our November issue

May the Best Fishmonger Win!
Five Finalists Compete for BIM Young Fishmonger 2015

The five finalists in the BIM Young Fishmonger 2015 competition are pulling all the stops out this month to impress the judges before the winner is announced at the awards event in the Radisson St. Helen’s Hotel, Stillorgan, Dublin on the 24th November.

Meet the five finalists in our November issue

First Marine Life-Saving Awards for Bravery Since 2008
The National Marine Gallantry and Meritorious Service Awards recognise outstanding acts of heroism, skill & initiative as well as dedication to duty in marine emergencies. Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport, Mr Paschal Donohoe, TD, hosted the Awards recently at Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park, Dublin.

Read all about the winners in our November issue

 

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