SEAPA support for Billion Oyster Project
SEAPA is pleased to be supporting the Billion Oyster Project in its efforts to restore a sustainable oyster population to New York Harbor. SEAPA’s donation of 250 34L oyster baskets will be used to house oysters at the start...
SEAPA Celebrates 20 Years as the Global Leader in Oyster Aquaculture
SEAPA has been making its innovative range of oyster farming products in Adelaide, South Australia since 1998, which makes 2018 a special year for SEAPA as it celebrates its 20th anniversary. While a lot has changed in the business...
SEAPA Range of Clips – Years In The Making
SEAPA has continued to innovate its product range since it created the first injection moulded oyster basket for the adjustable longline system 20 years ago. The most critical element of the basket system to create efficiency and basket security...
Farmer Spotlight – Baja Shellfish Farms
Baja Shellfish Farms is a pioneer of adjustable longline farming in the Americas and have been using SEAPA baskets at Ensenada and Guerro Negro on the beautiful Baja California peninsula in Mexico. Baja Shellfish Farms has more than 10...
SEAPA Continues to Innovate
One of the core pillars of the SEAPA business globally is its commitment to partnering with industry to understand the issues faced by farmers on a daily basis and to develop solutions. For many years now, this has been...
SEAPA Farmer’s Advisory Panel
A long standing friend of SEAPA, Leon Stott, has decided it is time for him to establish a new vehicle through which to advise the oyster industry. Leon’s consulting business means he will continue to work with oyster farmers,...
Welcoming Matt Will to the SEAPA Team
SEAPA is delighted to formally welcome Matt Will to our team in the role of Vice President of Sales and Operations for SEAPA USA. Matt joins our team after most recently heading up a manufacturing business with direct oversight...
Oyster Spat baskets: Ease of access, peace of mind
Handling oyster spat has always been one of the trickier parts of oyster farming. Bulky trays can be cumbersome and sometimes require 2 people to manage. It can also be difficult to access stock for regular grading and often...
Seapa USA Teaching the Next Generation of Oyster Farmers
A new group of students have just completed the Tallahassee Community College’s Oyster Aquaculture Program, which teaches people how to start their own business in oyster farming. Students learn about Seapa’s world leading oyster farming system and are led...
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Farmers from Mexico Share Their Knowledge
Seapa has recently been fortunate enough to host visitors from Mexico, who have come to learn more about the Australian oyster industry and also share their knowledge about oyster farming. Sergio Guevara, Roger Frias and Juan Carlos Lapuente Landero...