The event takes place Oct. 26-27 and includes online and in-person components.
On Thursday, March 17, an online panel will discuss a type of fish farming known as recirculating aquaculture systems (RAS). Attendees will learn about RAS research happening in Wisconsin and nationally, and how aquaculture and wild-caught fisheries can go hand in hand to provide domestic fish for U.S. consumers.
With USDA support, a network focused on raising Atlantic salmon in land-based systems is moving into an exciting new phase.
Resilience planning and workforce development are emphasized in the funded projects.
Great Lakes Aquaculture Days 2021 shines a spotlight on six unique fish-farming operations in the region. Participants in this free event will learn about a range of aquaculture methods.
Dr. Ryan Newton’s paper describes the importance of microorganisms in freshwater aquaponics.