The Aquaponics Association is thrilled to announce that the 12th Annual Aquaponics Conference is being hosted in collaboration with the Santa Fe Community College this year in Albuquerque, NM from September 15 – 17th!
We are anticipating our largest conference to date with 250+ attendees and 20+ vendors! We are readily accepting presentation abstracts, sponsorships/vendors, silent auction items, as well as ticket purchases. This is a great opportunity for anyone interested or currently involved in aquaponics/aquaculture to attend, network, and support the growing aquaponics industry.
If you are interested, do not hesitate to reach out to Director@aquaponicsassociation.org with any questions, comments or concerns! ~ Joshua Dusci, Executive Director of The Aquaponics Association
California Sea Grant is pleased to announce six new research projects aimed at restoring California’s kelp forests.
Led by some of the state’s top marine scientists, the newly funded projects will address key questions for kelp forest restoration and will directly inform the efforts of resource managers to protect and restore kelp ecosystems statewide.
The six projects in the 2020 Kelp Recovery Research Program total $2.1 million, funded jointly by California Sea Grant and the California Ocean Protection Council, in collaboration with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Presented Thursday, February 19, 2015 at California State University, Sacramento
Courtesy of CSUS
Dr. Dudley Burton, Professor in the department of Environmental Studies and Dr. Brook Murphy, Lecturer in the Environmental Studies and Biological Sciences department at Sacramento State, will address their current aquaponics research happening at the Sustainable Technology Optimization Research Center (STORC) at Sacramento State.
As our population grows, a strong movement toward localized food production in non-traditional agricultural areas has begun to take hold. Professors Dudley Burton and Brook Murphy created the aquaponics program to highlight the significance of urban agriculture in addressing global food supply and environmental sustainability issues. Aquaponics farming is a system of aquaculture in which the waste produced by fish or other aquatic animals supplies nutrients for plants grown hydroponically. It uses 90 percent less water than traditional farming methods.