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Sue Scott

VP of Communications, Atlantic Salmon Federation

Sue Scott is Vice-President, Communications of the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF), an international conservation organization based in St. Andrews, NB. She is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, where she received a Bachelor of Arts, with a major in English. She has
responsibility for all ASF’s media and education programs and publications. She serves on Canada’s Atlantic Salmon Advisory Committee and on the Canadian delegation to the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization. She writes regularly for various conservation and outdoor publications,
including ASF’s flagship magazine, the Atlantic Salmon Journal.
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How You can Have Your Healthy Environment and Eat Farmed Salmon Too

A partnership between two freshwater conservation institutions is producing healthy, unstressed farmed salmon without vaccines, harsh chemicals, and antibiotics in closed-containment freshwater facilities on land. The goal is to give fish farmers and regulators the opportunity to choose a different way to grow fish that is, not only better for the environment but better for business, too.
08/02/2012 05:31 EDT

Sounds Fishy? It's True: Salmon is on the Rise Again!

Government scientists have now provided data on the health of wild Atlantic salmon that agrees with anecdotal information from anglers who raved about the great 2011 fishing season. Experts have confirmed that many salmon populations met, or exceeded their minimum conservation requirements in 2011.
05/02/2012 02:37 EDT

Would You Like Some Sea Lice With Your Salmon?

Why do governments continue to push for open-sea cage aquaculture, despite growing opposition from wild salmon conservationists, commercial fisheries groups, environmental organizations, and tourism operators? Opposition in Norway, Scotland, and on the west coast of Canada has been strident. Now the east coast of Canada is up in arms over plans for massive expansion in the Province of Nova Scotia.
03/14/2012 05:22 EDT