28th October 2023

OSH welcomes 'John Wilson' to fleet.

Organic Sea Harvest are pleased to have signed a contract with Inverlussa Marine Services.

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29th August 2023

Staff promotions.

Three members of the OSH team have recently received promotions in the farming operations of the company.

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14th August 2023

OSH sponsor Staffin Triathlon and 10K.

There's a brand new super-sports event taking place in Staffin on the 26th August!

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27th June 2023

Start the day #theOSHway.

Our sites team start their day at Staffin slipway in North East Skye, before steaming to the OSH sites.

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29th July 2022

Aquaculture Innovation Forum conference

Our director Alex MacInnes will be speaking at the conference in September.

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16th June 2022

Media attention

We've been delighted to welcome a number of film and media crews to site recently. Watch this space..

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10th March 2022

Seafood Expo North America

Our OSH sales team are heading to the Boston Seafood Show. Make sure to come and see us on the Seafood Scotland Pavilion!

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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.

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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.

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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.

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8th January 2021

The OSH fleet

All the vessels in the Organic Sea Harvest fleet are named after local rivers and townships. Find out more about the fleet and their names.

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3rd October 2023

Revisiting community fund projects.

The OSH and Cargill teams have been re-visiting some of the projects that have benefited from our joint community fund.

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28th August 2023

Success for first Staffin Triathlon.

A huge congratulations to all the competitors who took on the challenge despite the poor weather conditions!

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17th July 2023

A Monday harvest at Invertote.

The latest harvest took place at Invertote this week. Watch the video the see a wee glimpse into a harvest day.

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6th June 2023

New boat tours from Staffin slipway.

Staffin Community Trust have launched new 90 minute wildlife and scenery cruises from Staffin slipway.

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29th July 2022

Ronja Azul at OSH

The brand new well boat Ronja Azul is alongside our Invertote site to carry out a freshwater treatment.

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22nd April 2022

From Skye to Big Y!

You can now find our salmon in Big Y grocery stores in the USA, thanks to our partner North Coast Seafoods.

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24th February 2022

Rough seas

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.

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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. 

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12th August 2021

Man-overboard drills

The Maritime and Coasguard Agency (MCA) requires us to carry out man-overboard drills across all our sites and vessels.

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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.

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3rd December 2020

The Quiraing Commute

Adam's commute this morning involved negotiating the famous Quiraing pass in very snowy conditions - a drive not for the faint hearted!

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12th September 2023

New cycle begins at Invertote.

The live fish carrier 'Migdale' delivered the first smolts for the new cycle at Invertote.

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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.

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10th July 2023

Buy our Isle of Skye organic salmon.

A taste of our home - have you tried it yet?

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2nd June 2023

Welcome to the Trotternish peninsula.

We're based amongst some of the most iconic landscapes and landmarks on the Isle of Skye. There's no place like home!

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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.

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31st March 2022

Aquaculture Awards Finalists

Huge congratulations to Adam and Euan who have both been nominated for awards this year!

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17th February 2022

Before the bridge

The iconic Skye Bridge was opened in 1995 to replace a ferry service that had existed for hundreds of years.

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24th September 2021

Organic Sea Harvest on Skye

Our sea sites and main offices are located in the Trotternish peninsula of North East Skye.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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