Reducing the price of raising yellow tangs on land through aquaculture is the solution to significantly reducing fish collections in the wild. Two companies at NELHA are attempting to do so.
PACIFIC BUSINESS NEWS ARTICLE Hawaii technology companies win state funding Duane Shimogawa Reporter- Pacific Business News Innovate Hawaii, a program of the High Technology Development Corp., has given a total of $248,310 to four local companies as part of the Hawaii Small Business Innovation Research matching-grant program. The companies include Kampachi Farms LLC, a marine ...
Read More Kampachi Farms Recipient of SBIR Grant
The APCES (Asia Pacific Clean Energy Energy Summit) will include a section on Agriculture Innovation this year September 15-17, 2014.
West Hawaii Today published an article on the giant groupers at Kampachi Farms located at NELHA today.
Interested in Hawaii’s favorite fish? You might want to check out Honolulu Magazine’s December 2013 edition which includes an article on Pacific Plantonics ahi spawning work.
Gerald Heslinga’s presented his lifelong passion and work at the last NELHA brown bag seminar: the creation of a giant clam industry in the Pacific Islands. Educated at Harvard and UH, he has worked professionally in 18 countries. For those who missed his excellent and entertaining seminar, much of the information he presented is contained in his new ...
Read More Gerald Heslinga: on how to build a thriving industry using animals that need no feed
Syd Kraul from Pacific Planktonics at HOST Park is one step closer to the holy grail of fish farming. Read about the latest developments in the fields of ahi aquaculture in the October 2013 Hawaii Business article.
NELHA is a seafood lover’s paradise according to Big Island Traveler’s Summer 2013 edition.