ShapeShapeauthorShapechevroncrossShapeShapeShapeGrouphamburgerhomeGroupmagnifyShapeShapeShaperssShape

Sponsor message

Are you trying to break into aquaculture industry or already working in the field and looking to gain additional expertise for career development?

Commercial aquaponics workshop at Auburn University

Auburn University’s Aquaculture and Fisheries Business Institute will hold a Commercial Aquaponics Workshop in Auburn, Alabama from 11-13 November.

24 September 2019, at 9:45am

The workshop will include two days of lectures, hands-on activities and a tour at the Aquaponics Greenhouse at the Auburn Fisheries Station. On the third day, there will be a field trip to a commercial aquaponics facility in Birmingham, Alabama. Attendees will have the opportunity to see and hear about commercial aquaponic systems and their operations.

Aquaponic Workshops are offered as a response to the community’s overwhelming interest in aquaponics. Participants will receive detailed instruction on the basics of aquaponics, a tour of the school’s fish and plant greenhouses and guidance on designing and constructing aquaponics systems. No prior skills or training are required.

A combination of aquaculture and hydroponics, aquaponics combines the practice of raising aquatic animals in tanks with the cultivation of plants in water. An aquaponics system utilises the animals’ waste to nourish the plants, while the plants, in turn, help clean the water.

Presenters include Mr Huy Tran, Dr Jesse Chappell, Dr Terry Hanson, Dr Fred Petit, and more. Seating is limited to 30 people so please register early.

Please contact David Cline, clinedj@auburn.edu or Amy Stone at Amy@aquaticed.com for more information or visit Auburn University's aquaponics page

Click Here To register for the Auburn's Workshop on 11/11-11/13/2019

Sponsor message

UMass Sustainable Aquaculture Online Courses

Aquaculture is an increasingly important source of safe, nutritious, and sustainable seafood for people worldwide. Globally, aquaculture production must double by 2030 to keep pace with demand. These increases in demand for aquaculture products, food security considerations, and job creation have generated an increased need for skilled workers.

Discover how you can be part of this rapidly expanding industry.