Building fish farm networks creates opportunities for further employment within the local network and its supporting industries.
Local fish production requires the parallel growth of support services and industries, such as cleaning, curing, packing and transportation, which in turn creates further job opportunities.
Disposable Income: Increasing fish yields means more disposable income for farmers and communities, contributing to further economic development throughout the region.
The AquaLifeNet community fish farming model spreads the economic benefits throughout the local community. As fish is traded beyond the community, it will also generate local tariffs and taxes, injecting funds into the local government treasury.