South Brunswick students raise flounder, boost future aquaculture industry
This fish story begins back in 1987, when South Brunswick High School instructor Barry Bey launched an aquaculture program for his students, the first of its kind in North Carolina."When I started we raised fish in a ditch," he said. "Now, here I am years later. I’ve got a nice lab, as good as some colleges, and I have a quarter-acre pond for fish culture."
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