PEI Aquaculture Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Replacement Program
Update: Final date for applications will be Monday November 30th.

The purpose of the PEI Aquaculture Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) Replacement Program is to assist the PEI shellfish aquaculture industry to replace, and dispose of, current, actively used EPS (“Styrofoam” ™) floatation with newer, environmentally friendly, hard plastic alternatives... More Details

PEI Aquaculture Alliance Newsletter - Spring / Summer 2020
The latest edition of the Alliance Newsletter is now available for download (

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

Team Seafood Summer Bursary
 The Team Seafood Summer Bursary program has just doubled it’s amount for this summer as a way to encourage more students to work in the seafood sector. 
High school students going into grades 11 and 12 in the Fall of 2020 will be eligible for a $1000 bursary. Grade 12 students entering university or college in the fall of 2020 or students re... More Details

Summary of Federal and Provincial Support Programs during COVID-19 Pandemic
We have produced a summary of the support programs that have been created to help deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you have any questions on these programs please direct them to the program administrators. 

COVID-19 Business Programs Summary -

Please also see this information package on the programs a... More Details

PEI Aquaculture Human Resources Survey
The PEI Aquaculture Alliance has engaged CollaboVantage Consultants to update key elements and confirm the relevance of the recommendations of a previous report from 2014 - "A Labour Market Analysis and Strategy Development Supporting the PEI Aquaculture Sector." 
As part of this, we will need to survey all sectors, smaller and larger fir... 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

Let's Talk - New Member Benefit
To coincide with Bell Let’s Talk Day, we would like to announce a new Alliance member benefit. Let’s Talk about our new program that offers growers and their immediate family members access to free confidential, professional counselling services provided by the Atlantic Employee Assistance Providers. Let's stop the stigma around mental health. For... More Details

New Pilot Project Offers Opportunity For Free Training and Work Placements in Georgetown PEI
GEORGETOWN, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, April 2019 —Opportunity is knocking in Georgetown, PEI!  Atlantic Aqua Farms will be the first employer on Prince Edward Island to take part in an innovative new pilot project called ‘Essential Skills for Atlantic Fisheries’ (ESAF).  Together, Atlantic Aqua Farms and PEI Literacy Alliance, will provide a group of ... More Details


PEI Oyster Aquaculture Business Conference Sponsored by RapTech - Environmentally Strong
The Final Report for the PEI Oyster Aquaculture Business Conference,  is now available, including all the (currently available) presentations.

Please go to to download a copy.

Each presentation is linked from the Conference agenda, simply click on the link to read the presentation.