This is another example of what the industry stated couldn’t happen.
A conservation charity said it’s concerned by what it calls a “growing trend” of wild fish killed by the salmon farming industry on British Columbia’s coast. Stan Proboszcz, science advisor with Watershed Watch Salmon Society, said nine times as many wild fish were reported inside open-net pen farms in 2017 compared with 2011…. The society crunched the number of “incidental catches” self-reported by industry to government during harvests, fish transfers and farm relocations. Amy Smart reports. (Canadian Press)
Conservationists raise alarm over wild fish found on B.C. salmon farms