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- Dr. Eric Hallerman associate professor of fisheries and wildlife at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
- Dr. Rebecca Goldburg senior scientist at Environmental Defense
- Dr. Tillman Benfey professor of biology at the University of New Brunswick
- Eliott Entis president of Aqua Bounty Farms and A/F Protein, Inc.
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