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Wednesday, October 26 • 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Sustainability -Unlocking the Extraodinary Potential of Hawai‘i’s Other Aquaculture

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Shellfish and seaweed aquaculture are potent forms of restorative aquaculture, requiring minimal feed, freshwater or land. They can improve water quality, remove excess nutrients from their immediate environments, mitigate climate change and provide new habitats – creating healthier ecosystems for marine life, while also providing new opportunities for economic development.

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Brittany Lyte

Brittany Lyte is a reporter for Honolulu Civil Beat who specializes in watchdog reporting, narrative storytelling and coverage of neighbor island and social issues. Prior to joining Civil Beat, she juggled a freelance writing career and appeared in publications including The Wall... Read More →

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Dylan Howell

Dylan Howell is the operations & development manager for Hatch Blue’s branch in Kailua-Kona, Hawai‘i. He supports Hatch’s innovation endeavors in the Americas, 39 portfolio firms, corporate clients and community affiliates with market and business insights on technical intelligence... Read More →
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Todd Low

Todd Low is the Manager of the Aquaculture and Livestock Support Services Branch in the Animal Industry Division of the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture. He previously held the Manager position at the Aquaculture Development Program (2008-2012) and Market Development Program... Read More →

Wednesday October 26, 2022 6:00pm - 7:00pm HST