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 Post subject: Tilapia in NC
PostPosted: Nov 22nd, '13, 03:24 
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Permits and Licenses
The North Carolina Department of
Agriculture and Consumer Services grants
an aquaculture license for a period of five
years. The license is free. Because tilapia
is not a native species, written permission
from the North Carolina Wildlife
Resources Commission is also required of
new growers. A capacity use permit is
required for well-water withdrawals in
some areas. If the proposed aquaculture
operation is not in a wetland and does not
meet the criteria of both (1) discharging
water more than 30 days per year and (2)
producing more than 100,000 pounds per
year, it is likely that no other permits will
be needed. Potential producers are
encouraged to contact the NC Department
of Agriculture (see Sources of More
Information) to learn about situations when
other permits may be required


This is the permits and licenses section of the "Aquaponics in NC" document listed here

http://www.ncagr.gov/markets/aquaculture/Tilapia01.pdf


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