Tag Archives: aquaculture

Filming on location in Alabama

Spent this week in Uniontown, Alabama learning more about the catfish industry in America with Harvest Select.

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Catfish pond at sunrise in Alabama

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Filming on location in Maine

Had a great week in Maine filming some amazing fish farms with the Maine Aquaculture Association and Sebastian Belle.

Do you know where most mussels come from?

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Turkey – “Growing the Business of Growing Fish”

Watch our latest short film we produced on sustainable aquaculture in Turkey, “Growing the Business of Growing Fish”:

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Filming on Location in Turkey

UnknownLiving Ocean is producing another short aquaculture film for USSEC (United States Soybean Export Council).  This July, we were shooting in Turkey – Istanbul, Bodrum and Izmir with one of the largest supliers of farmed fish throughout Europe – Kilic Holdings.  Film to follow.

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Bryce Groark filming the fish farm harvest process offshore in Bodrum, Turkey

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“An Aquacultural Revolution in China”

Watch our latest short film we produced on sustainable aquaculture and a new revolutionary technology being used in China – “Intensive Pond Aquaculture.”

From USSEC: “See how U.S. soybean farmers are helping Chinese fish farmers to revolutionize aquaculture in China, the world’s largest fish farming country.  The U.S. soybean industry funded research to develop the Integrated Pond Aquaculture (IPA) system, which has been provided to China in a technology transfer. The IPA system has been proven to triple the yield of farmed fish in existing Chinese ponds while greatly reducing the environmental impact. Limited water resources can be conserved and recycled, with waste removed for use as biofuel and fertilizer. This system can grow healthy, high quality fish with increased food safety to meet the needs of a growing population.”

WATCH THE FILM HERE:

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China Aquaculture Project

Back from another trip to Shanghai this month.  We’re producing a short film on a revolutionary new aquaculture technology that is currently being adopted in China.  This new system will grow more high quality fish in a smaller space, while at the same time will help to clean up the waterways in China.  Video to follow upon release in January.

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Bryce Groark filming grass carp at a fish farm in China

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Producing a Short Film on Farming Tilapia Sustainably in Honduras

We just traveled to the middle of Honduras to film Regal Springs, an ASC Certified tilapia farm near San Pedro Sula and Lake Yojoa.  A unique place unlike any we’ve been before.  Farming fish sustainably while building communities:

CLICK HERE FOR SHORT FILM – 8 MINUTES

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Photographing a Hawaii Fish Farm for the State of Hawaii

Fish farming started countless years ago here locally with the ancient Hawaiians and their fish ponds (http://www.hawaiihistory.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=ig.page&PageID=514).  Modern fish farming has also been occurring in Hawaii for quite some time on a couple of the Islands.  Bryce recently went out and shot some images for the State of Hawaii for a new campaign they are working on.  Standby for more on this topic.

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On Assignment – Producing a short film on Sustainable Aquaculture – Isla Todos Santos, Mexico

Living Ocean is producing a piece on sustainable aquaculture in Baja, Mexico off the magical island of Todos Santos – featuring the soybean industry, Pacifico Aquaculture and Hubbs Sea World Research Institute.  CLICK HERE for VIDEO

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