Rich in tradition, PEI has a superior world-wide reputation for our quality and flavour with chefs, retailers, and consumers of cultured seafood products. The cool fresh waters of PEI’s bays and estuaries provide optimal growing conditions for farmed blue mussels and farmed oysters. Our abundant supply of high-quality groundwater also allows for dynamic Rainbow trout, Atlantic salmon, and Atlantic halibut hatcheries, nurseries and production units to thrive in the global marketplace. 
 
The innovative and environmentally conscious members of the Prince Edward Island Aquaculture Alliance (PEIAA) are committed to cultivating safe products, and insuring a sustainable environment. In addition to being strong partners in growing the Canadian aquaculture industry, our PEI members have ready-access to domestic, US, and International markets, and are key contributors to Prince Edward Island's economy. 
 
Learn more about our fresh, PEI seafood: PEI CULTURED MUSSELS, PEI CULTURED OYSTERS, PEI CULTURED FINFISH.
 

 

News and Events

Cultured Mussel Growers Annual General Meeting
Cultured Mussel Growers Association AGM

March 22nd, 10am-1pm

420 University Avenue, Charlottetown
Farm Centre, Room 105 
 
Space is restricted due to COVID-19 Protocols.
 
This is a Members Only event  and pre-registration is required for admittance.
 
E-mail to admin@aquaculturepei.com or call 902-368-2757

COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Toolkit for PEI Aquaculture Businesses
All Island businesses need to develop an operational plan during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This has been highlighted by the Provincial government (click here for more details).

The PEI Aquaculture Alliance has been hard at work on behalf of all our members, mussel, oyster and finfish farmers, and is happy to share this COVID-19 SOP ToolkitSi... More Details

Oyster Infrastructure and Training (OIT) Program
The purpose of Oyster Infrastructureand Training (OIT) Program is to assist oyster aquaculture operations to:
  1. Purchase  of  equipmentintended  to address  labour shortages  through  increased  product  handlingcapabilities,expand oyster seed rearing capacity,enhancetraceability and record keeping,orimprovethe maintenance of product quality ... More Details

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