Okay, going to post my method, even if there is no immediate request for it.
***How to Hatch and Raise Artemia Salina
Things you'll need to get started
-A 1/4 gallon critter keeper or like sized container
-An air pump
-A brand of marine salt like Instant Ocean or Oceanic Sea Salt
-Brine Shrimp eggs
-(if you want to raise them up) spirulina algae powder
Take the critter keeper or container and fill it up with tap water, then add 4 tablespoons of the marine salt and mix the solution thoroughly (some people suggest adding a teaspoon of baking soda to condition the water, but I find it unnecessary). Put the airline into the water and connect the other end to the air pump (some air pumps need an additional valve to moderate the airflow). Add a small pinch of the brine shrimp eggs and turn on the air pump till the water looks like its boiling. Let it bubble like that for about a day.
When a day has passed, turn off the air pump and let everything settle. The eggshells, and other deritus, should settle on the bottom. The newly hatched brine shrimp nauplii (babies) should swim to the top. You can turn off the lights and use a flashlight to attract the nauplii to a place where you can easily net them. Rinse them off and add them directly to the aquarium housing the fry.
Optional Grow Out Method
If you want to grow the brine shrimp out, feed a pinch of spirulina powder to the brine shrimp every day to every other day. They should grow out in about a month, and live for up to 6 months.