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In Canada, the main species of shellfish farmed commercially are
clams, geoducks, mussels, oysters and scallops.
Membership in the BCSGA is open to any person or business
with a connection to the shellfish industry
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News! BCSGA launches Shellfish Farm Environmental Program (or SHEP).
Shellfish, like all proteins, have a shelf life and require proper refrigeration. Don’t be shellfish…
Members of the BCSGA benefit from networking opportunities as well as from the advocacy…
Shellfish aquaculture is the farming (i.e., cultivation and harvest) of aquatic invertebrates…
In Canada, the main species of shellfish farmed commercially are clams, geoducks, mussels, oysters and scallops.
The BCSGA updated its Environmental Management Code of Practice in 2013.
December 18, 2021
Any operation in a dynamic marine environment is challenging and this is a trial that shellfish growers face daily,…
March 3, 2021
At the Annual General Meeting in October 2020 there was near universal support from the membership for moving forward…
July 8, 2019
This year’s events boasted hundreds of international and local delegates,world-class chefs, fantastic speakers…
April 1, 2019
ENTER TO WIN A BC FARMED OYSTER EXPERIENCE FOR 2: Seafood dinner courtesy of Locals Restaurant Return air travel for 2,…
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March 25, 2019
February 2019 tour of Raspberry Point Oysters in PEI. A huge thank you to James Power of Raspberry Point Oysters…
January 8, 2019
Learn more about how oysters – a sustainably farmed Ocean Wise recommended shellfish – make the journey…