RESEARCH & PRESS
Optimizing microalgae diets for hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria, larvae culture
Published by Seaventure Clam Co & Harbor Branch
Hard clam, Mercenaria mercenaria, aquaculture is heavily dependent on the production of high-quality hatchery seed, yet information on the optimal diet for larval culture is limited and primarily anecdotal. This study aims to determine the optimal microalgae diet for hard clam larvae by comparing various combinations of typically fed microalgae species: Isochrysis galbana(clone T. Iso), Pavlova lutheri, Chaetoceros gracilis and Chaetoceros muelleri.
WOMEN IN AQUACULTURE
Published by The Fish Site
Seaventure Clam Co's Senior Hatchery Manager Victoria Parks is featured in an article about Women in Aquaculture published by The Fish Site.
Published by Hatchery International
We cover everything from hatchery procedures, the launch of our new clam chowder soup brand, research on clam genetics and the benefits, as well as clam restoration and how it can benefit Florida's coastal waterways.
Published by Palm Beach Insider Magazine
Seaventure gets featured in Palm beach Insider magazine. Harnessing sustainability science can bring delicious shellfish- and cleaner water to South Florida Shores.
CLAMS, AGENTS OF SUSTAINABILITY
Seaventure Clam Co. was featured in Stronger Seafood Through America's Newsletter. Here is an excerpt from our Sales and Marketing Manager Carolina Panoff.
The Aquademia team sat down with Carolina Panoff and Tori Parks of Seaventure Clam Co. Seaventure is a clam hatchery in Florida, USA, that is not only hatching baby clams, but they are also helping support their local environment and economy by selling them to local farmers, then buying some of them back after their grown to make their delicious clam chowders!