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Planned seaweed farm reflects changes in Maine aquaculture

January 17, 2019 – By Stephen Rappaport, The Ellsworth American – When organized fish farming first came to Maine in the 1970s, the first crops were shellfish – primarily blue mussels and oysters – and the “sea farms” were pretty much limited geographically to the Damariscotta River and some of the more sheltered inlets on Vinalhaven.

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