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Management of Aquacultural Effluents from Ponds

by the Fish Site Editor
30 September 2013, at 1:00am

CANADA - British Columbia&#39;s salmon-farming industry will get the full Hollywood treatment, for better or for worse, in an episode of Emmy-winning courtroom drama Boston Legal that was filmed on location at an exclusive B.C. fishing resort. Nimmo Bay Resort will serve as the backdrop for an episode that deals with one of B.C.&#39;s most troublesome resource controversies -- the presumed threat that fish farms pose to wild salmon through the proliferation of sea lice. The episode, titled Finding Nimmo, won&#39;t be aired until Oct. 11, but it already has environmentalists cheering and fish farmers jeering. An ABC teaser on the episode says lawyers Alan Shore and Denny Crane, played by Emmy winners James Spader and William Shatner, head to the resort &quot;for some fly fishing and male bonding&quot; after Shore breaks up with his girlfriend. <i>Source: canada.com</i>

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