Dr. Ryan Newton’s paper describes the importance of microorganisms in freshwater aquaponics.
This Sea Grant effort will support the growth of the sustainable, land-based Atlantic salmon industry in the United States.
Wisconsin Sea Grant will participate in three recently announced federally funded aquaculture projects that will support a sustainable, domestic food supply and decrease America’s seafood trade deficit.
Emma Wiermaa traveled to Maryland in July for the Sea Grant Aquaculture Education Network Summit. She sees great potential for both hands-on science education and workforce development.
To highlight fish from the Great Lakes region, Wisconsin Sea Grant will serve Atlantic salmon and greens from Superior Fresh in Hixton and smoked whitefish from Susie Q Fish Co. in Two Rivers at the annual NOAA Fish Fry on June 5 in Washington, D.C.
With Sea Grant support, Andrea Hicks is studying the carbon footprint of aquaponics in cold climates like Wisconsin’s.