6th January 2022
Looking back, thinking ahead
OSH director Alex MacInnes gives his thoughts on the journey through 2021 and into 2022, as part of Fish Farming Expert's 'Looking back, thinking ahead' profiles.
27th August 2021
No Acoustic Deterrent Devices at OSH
The North East of Skye is home to dolphins, porpoises and whales, that pass the OSH sites on their normal sea routes.
Organic Sea Harvest do not use Acoustic Deterrent Devices, which might interfere with the animals as they pass by, on any of our sites.
5th May 2021
Proud sponsors of Stableford golf weekend
Organic Sea Harvest are delighted to be the 2021 sponsors of this popular weekend at the Isle of Skye Golf Club, along with raising funds for RNLI Portree & RNLI Kyle of Lochalsh.
24th February 2022
Although our sea sites are in the perfect location to raise our organic salmon, they can often be subject to a large sea swell, as we have seen in recent weeks.
16th December 2021
Santa duties for OSH
We are delighted to sponsor the Skye Camanachd Christmas parties this year for local children. As part of this, we also had the important job of transporting Santa safely to and from the parties.
15th April 2021
From Exeter to Skye with our brand new workboat
After a week-long delivery voyage from Exeter, Bata nam Brathairean has arrived at the OSH sites for the first time.
21st August 2023
One year of redeveloped Inverkerry Hatchery.
On the 23rd August 2022, the Inverkerry Hatchery near Gairloch was officially reopened after a multimillion pound redevelopment.
22nd July 2022
New assistant manager for Culnacnoc site
Congratulations to Steven McDiarmid, who has recently been appointed to the first of two new assistant manager positions.
11th June 2021
Facal Gàidhlig Friday
Tha Gàidhlig na h-Alba aig cridhe OSH. We are launching our latest step to encourage and promote the use of Gaelic! Every Friday, we'll be publishing a new Gaelic word of the week.
12th March 2021
Site manager Robaidh welcomes new feeding barge to OSH Invertote
Our brand new SeaMate feeding barge arrived from Gael Force Group Inverness this week, after a tow through the Pentland Firth and round the North of Scotland.
26th November 2020
Culnacnoc farm manager Roddy Campbell comments on the new barge.
With the newly delivered feeding barge now fully installed, Roddy talks about the benefits the barge is already bringing to the Culnacnoc site.