This category is for organizations such as trade associations and societies whose interests are directly concerned with the aquaculture industry .
Provides access to information to this aquaculture crop . Includes photographs, industry links, membership and related software .
A non-profit charitable organization with the goals of fostering an aquaculture industry in Canada, promoting the study of aquaculture and related sciences in Canada, and gathering and disseminating information relating to aquaculture.
Represents several sectors of the aquaculture industry at provincial, national and international level. Details of services, industry news, members registration, events calendar and forum
International non-government certification agency for aquaculture, promoting responsible production practices and food safety. Mission statement, applications, contacts.
Government funded resource site for the Western Australian Aquaculture industry. News, industry related directory, on-line membership.
A network of cooperating European University and Aquaculture industry entities for the purposes of education and training in Aquaculture. Projects, courses, information for staff and students, contacts.
Represents the British Columbia farming industry . Includes a listing of producers, publications, tips and industry facts and figures .
A producer-oriented non-profit trade association open to all Californian aquaculturists interested in the commercial production of fish, shellfish, invertebrates or plants in marine, brackish or freshwater.
Maintains an active membership of both producers and suppliers of products and services to the aquaculture industry. Includes articles and a membership listing .
Articles written by the government including information about what their regions and zones are. Licence application forms and fee information is supplied.
An international, non-profit association, with the principal objective of being the European forum for contacts and information exchange between all participants within the aquaculture industry.
Factsheet giving an overview of the marketing and production characteristics of freshwater aquaculture in Alberta, including the regulatory, marketing, production and financial basics.
Non profit organization dedicated to advancing the knowledge of reef keeping.
An industry organization representing fish and shellfish farmers, particularly shrimp, in addition to others involved in aquaculture and mariculture seafood products.
A project researching IMTA (Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquacultre) and the possibility of its implementation in European waters. Provides news, photographs and videos.
A trade Association committed to assisting its members to succeed in the global seafood marketplace. Includes articles information and statistics of interest to aquaculturalists, recipes, and a directory of relevant products and services. Other services reserved for members.
An international organization of scientists, administrators and members of industry, sharing an interest in the biology, ecology, production, economics and management of shellfish species of commercial importance.
An Association for the promotion of the Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry, located in Newfoundland Canada. Corporate information, news and contacts, also private members pages.
PCSGA is an industry body representing shellfish growers from Alaska to Hawaii, involving issues of environmental protection, safety and health, research and international marketing.
A Scottish Industry organisation dedicated to improving the quality and sustainability of salmon farming in Scotland through the maintenance of standards and the use of reserved brands for the use of members in marketing product
Covering fish farming, production of aquatic plants, certified organic production and fish/plant integrated systems.
An organization devoted to aquaculture and fish farming in Washington State, USA. News, issues, members page, contacts.
An international non-profit society founded in 1970 with the object of improving communication and information exchange within the diverse global aquaculture community.
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