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The move into startups is a shift for a fund that spent four decades backing only domestic interests including banks and a money-losing fish farm.
SEATTLE–Cooke Aquaculture offered to pay a premium price for Atlantic salmon caught by the Lummi Nation after a major spill from the company's Cypress Island fish farm if the tribe would not advocate getting rid of net pen aquaculture.
To test this out, the team set up microcosms of fish farms in flasks containing 300 millilitres of seawater and 200 grams of sediment.
As such, guests of the fish farm do not need fishing licenses.
Thousands of Atlantic salmon escaped from a fish farm pen off the coast of Washington late last week, threatening native Pacific salmon and causing officials to enlist the help of citizen fishers in an effort to catch them.
The tone was more businesslike in Cooke's letter of Sept. 13, demanding an accounting of the tribe's costs if Cooke was to pay more with no agreement from Lummi to go quiet on opposition to fish farms.
Cooke Aquaculture wants to build yet another massive net-pen fish farm in the Strait of Juan de Fuca at Port Angeles.
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: a place where fish are raised for food
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