Only with resilience can we make progress. At the Bue Islands, on the edge of the ocean gap, we find a lot of natural resistance.
A Lasting Legacy
It is said that people build too many walls and not enough bridges. On the west coast and islands of Norway there are no walls, but lots of bridges.
The Bue Islands are home to a closely knit community of people trusting and depending on each other. A community working together with, against and in one with the elements. Pioneers, tradesmen, travellers, and sea farmers. Innovators and craftsmen utilising the resources of nature to their full potential. In this Northern archipelago, Bue is bridging the twin pillars of seafood traditions and the future of seafood, developing sustainable solutions for the next generations.
Inclusive and transparent, Bue is embracing the hard-earned resilience of past generations and reinventing it. In Norway’s westernmost island community, we are harnessing the best of modern, cutting-edge, land-based flow-through technology to raise healthier salmon and protect the ecosystem.
Pioneering aquaculture solutions are at the very heart of the business. Bringing together production experience and environmental expertise, we are working with the community and our industry partners to create a lasting legacy.