Our goal is to deliver delicious, nutrient-dense salmon to North American consumers, sustainably. We’ll do it by sourcing our brood stock from high-quality suppliers of non-GMO salmon and focusing on overall fish health. Relying on cutting-edge technology is the key to our land-based aquaculture success.

Using Technology and Innovation to Build an Environmentally Friendly Salmon Aquaculture Facility

Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (RAS), are indoor, land-based facilities that recirculate and reuse water, cleaning it through numerous filtration technologies, providing an optimized growing environment for our salmon.

RAS has numerous advantages, including minimal environmental impact, maximum control of water chemistry, minimized water consumption, and protection for the fish from exposure to parasites, disease, or pollution.


West Virginia and Aquaculture

West Virginia has a long history with aquaculture and pioneered its use in North America. For over 15 years, RAS technology has developed and improved to become the environmentally friendly, resource-efficient option to raise a superior quality fish.

Through the groundbreaking work of organizations like The Freshwater Institute, RAS technology has become an important resource for sustainably sourced protein to meet rising population and demand.

For more information, please watch this video created by The Freshwater Institute, a program of The Conservation Fund.

Superior Quality. Excellent Taste. Sustainably Raised.