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Page 1: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Innovation + Mariculture = $1 Billion

i

AlaskansAlaskans areare thinking

innovati tivelly aboutb t how mariculture could compliment what we have andwhat we have and provide benefits to

Alaskans

What is MaricultureWhat is Mariculture

In Alaska mariculture ishellip Species = local (shellfish + invertebrates + aquatic plants)

+ Pacific oysters

Mariculture ishellip

Fishery EnhancementEnhancement (publicprivate)

Aquatic Restoration Farming (private)

Restoration (public)

In Alaska mariculture is not fin fish farming In Alaska mariculture is not fin‐fish farming

p y

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Economic

Hump Island Oyster Co Wins 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year from

Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 2: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

i

AlaskansAlaskans areare thinking

innovati tivelly aboutb t how mariculture could compliment what we have andwhat we have and provide benefits to

Alaskans

What is MaricultureWhat is Mariculture

In Alaska mariculture ishellip Species = local (shellfish + invertebrates + aquatic plants)

+ Pacific oysters

Mariculture ishellip

Fishery EnhancementEnhancement (publicprivate)

Aquatic Restoration Farming (private)

Restoration (public)

In Alaska mariculture is not fin fish farming In Alaska mariculture is not fin‐fish farming

p y

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Economic

Hump Island Oyster Co Wins 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year from

Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 3: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

What is MaricultureWhat is Mariculture

In Alaska mariculture ishellip Species = local (shellfish + invertebrates + aquatic plants)

+ Pacific oysters

Mariculture ishellip

Fishery EnhancementEnhancement (publicprivate)

Aquatic Restoration Farming (private)

Restoration (public)

In Alaska mariculture is not fin fish farming In Alaska mariculture is not fin‐fish farming

p y

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Economic

Hump Island Oyster Co Wins 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year from

Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 4: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

In Alaska mariculture ishellip Species = local (shellfish + invertebrates + aquatic plants)

+ Pacific oysters

Mariculture ishellip

Fishery EnhancementEnhancement (publicprivate)

Aquatic Restoration Farming (private)

Restoration (public)

In Alaska mariculture is not fin fish farming In Alaska mariculture is not fin‐fish farming

p y

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Economic

Hump Island Oyster Co Wins 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year from

Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 5: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Mariculture ishellip

Fishery EnhancementEnhancement (publicprivate)

Aquatic Restoration Farming (private)

Restoration (public)

In Alaska mariculture is not fin fish farming In Alaska mariculture is not fin‐fish farming

p y

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Economic

Hump Island Oyster Co Wins 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year from

Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 6: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

p y

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Economic

Hump Island Oyster Co Wins 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year from

Ketchikan Chamber of Commerce

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 7: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Benefits to Alaskans EnvironmentalEnvironmental

Climate change mitigation amp habitat improvements through ecosystem services (carbon amp nitrogen removal water filtration etc)

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 8: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Benefits to Alaskans Cultural Cultural

Connects Alaskans with traditional with traditional food sources

harvestingharvesting activities amp skills

Benefits to AlaskansBenefits to Alaskans Food Security IIncreases access to

local foods

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 9: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Benefits to Alaskans Industrial Industrial

bullCompliments amp expands existing $6 billion seafood industry $6 billion seafood industry

bullBuilds on assets ndash sustainable fisheries social responsibility

Salmon hatchery ndash Prince William Sound AK Alaska seafood brand

Commercial fishing vessels ndash Bristol Bay AK Processing plant ndash Kodiak AK

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 10: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

Vision Grow a $1 billion

industryy in 30 yyears

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 11: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Recent Developments

bull

bull

Alaska Mariculture Task Force In 2016 Governor Walker established the In 2016 Governor Walker established the Alaska Mariculture Task Force (AMTF) by Administrative Order 280

Direction ‐ ldquoTo develop a viable and sustainable mariculture industry producing shellfish and aquatic plants for the long‐term benefit of Alaskarsquos economy environment and communities rdquoenvironment and communities

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 12: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Alaska Mariculture Initiative

1)

bull bull

larger sites First applications by large seafood processing company

2017 ‐ First commercial harvest of Alaska grown seaweed

Other Recent Developments

2017 ‐ Applications submitted in for over 1000 acres of new aquatic farms including

l i

2) 3) 2017 ‐ New partnerships between industry communities and

environmental groups 4) 2018‐2021 ‐ Future project with U S Dept of Energy to grow 4) 2018 2021 Future project with US Dept of Energy to grow

seaweed as biofuel

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 13: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

w

Wild Alaska Kelp Co ins Path to Prosperitywins Path‐to‐Prosperity

contest

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 14: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

Shellfish Hatchery

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 15: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

OA installs Burke‐o‐lator

In 2016 OceansAlaska became the 2nd location in Alaska to house a Burke-o-Lator

Measures ocean acidificationMeasures ocean acidification parameters in real-time of sea water temperature salinity pH CO2 TCO2 aragonite saturation and alkalinity

wwwoceansalaskaorg

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 16: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

InnovateInnovate mariculture

Why nowWhy now

Becausehellip

Page 17: Innovation + Mariculture $1 Billioninnova Alaskans are thinking titivelly abbtout how mariculture couldcompliment whatwe have and provide benefits to Alaskans.

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