Join the Åland
Aquaculture Week 9-12 October and influence the
future of the Baltic Sea Region's aquaculture! The event will offer
a platform for cooperation and networking among different
stakeholders in the Baltic Sea Region's aquaculture industry, such
as policy makers, feed manufacturers, fish and mussel farmers.
Discussions will focus on ways towards a sustainable development of
the region's future aquaculture. The Åland Aquaculture Week is a
collaboration between the projects Aquabest and SUBMARINER.
Topics and preliminary
- Day 1
Session 1: Closing the nutrient loop: using Baltic Sea raw
material in fish feed
- Day 2
Session 2: Legal incentives for adapting a Baltic Sea diet in
Session 3: What is needed from different sectors to establish a
Baltic Sea nutrient loop? Group work session
- Day 3
Session 4: Mussel farming in the Baltic Sea - prerequisites and
Session 5: Mussel farming equipment for harsh conditions
- Day 4
Session 6: Mussel farming workshop including excursion to
Åland Government mussel farm. The registration for the mussel farm
excursion on day 4 has been closed due to the limitation in the
number of participants. Please contact email@example.com
if you would like to be added to the waiting list!
Registration for the event has been closed.
Call for poster abstracts
Please submit your abstract for poster presentation (Word file,
max. 250 words) on one of the above mentioned topics to firstname.lastname@example.org
This e-mail address is being protected
August 2012. Notification of abstract acceptance will be sent by 14
The event will take place at Alandica Culture & Congress House,
Strandgatan 33, AX-22100 Mariehamn, Åland.
Travel to Åland
- Viking Line: connections to Stockholm, Sweden;
Kapellskär, Sweden (with bus connections to Stockholm); Helsinki,
Finland; and Turku, Finland (night ferries calling at Långnäs at
approx. 30 km distance to Mariehamn).
- Tallink Silja Line: connections to Stockholm,
Sweden; Turku, Finland (night ferries calling at Långnäs at approx.
30 km distance to Mariehamn); Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn,
Linjen: connection between Grisslehamn, Sweden and Eckerö,
Åland with bus connections to Stockholm and Mariehamn,
- Air Åland: two daily flights to/from Stockholm,
Sweden; one daily flight to/from Turku, Finland
- FlyBe: two
daily flights to/from Helsinki, Finland
We recommend the following hotels in Mariehamn:
Conference Announcement (pdf)
Miljöbyrån- Department for Social Affairs, Health and
Ålands landskapsregering- Government of Åland
+358 18 25459 (office)
+358 40 8254316 (mobil)
Photo: Visit Åland