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New Year Brings New Members for BC Salmon Farmers Association

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CANADA - The BC Salmon Farmers Association is welcoming the new year with the addition of four new dynamic and diverse members.

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Four companies were accepted as members just in time for 2013, adding Campbell River Netloft (Associate member), Canada Cryogenetics Services, Omega Pacific Hatchery and EuroPharma Inc. (Sustaining members) to the group of committed suppliers to BCs important salmon farmers represented by the BCSFA.

Bringing together people from throughout the business is important for us to continue to build a sustainable, cohesive and progressive farm community, said David Minato, Member and Community-Relations Co-ordinator for the BC Salmon Farmers Association.

These new members bring valuable additional perspectives to the BCSFA family, and will also benefit from being part of a shared voice in the provinces finfish aquaculture sector.

Our work building the business, informing the public, innovating and progressing through co-operation is strengthened by the addition of new members. Were really happy to have these four new friends aboard, said Mary Ellen Walling, Executive Director, BCSFA.

The BCSFA was established in 1984 and is based in Campbell River, the heart of BCs salmon aquaculture sector. To learn more about the BCSFAs ongoing work with its members visit

The BCSFA represents salmon farm companies and those who supply services and supplies to the industry. Salmon-farming provides for 6,000 direct and indirect jobs while contributing $800-million to the provincial economy each year.

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