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Resources for Aquaculture Farmers in Alabama

Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium in partnership with several entities now provide web-base resources for aquaculture farmers in Alabama.

From [The] website is a thorough resource for anyone looking to start their own oyster farm, or simply learn more about the industry and the process. Resources include links to necessary paperwork, descriptions of farming techniques, suggestions for site selection, maps of existing sites, assistance with branding and marketing, spreadsheets for cost estimates, templates for business plans, contact information for relevant sources, and much more.


For more information, contact Rusty Grice with Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant. 

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