Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference Planned in March
Wisconsin Ag Connection - 02/10/2015
Filling Lakes and Plates is the theme of the 2015 Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference. Registration is now open for the 20th annual event which will be held March 6 and 7 at Hotel Marshfield in Marshfield.
"The success of the walleye stocking program is a direct result of the positive relationship between the Department of Natural Resources and the Industry," says Wisconsin Aquaculture President Dave Gollon. "This partnership, while still in its infancy, will provide long lasting recreational, environmental and
economic benefits for the public to enjoy."
The forum offers networking opportunities and educational sessions for those interested in Midwest aquaculture. The Wisconsin Aquaculture Conference attracts the top experts in the region and nation to speak on topics ranging from fish feed and aqua tourism to environmentally sustainable aquaculture and
aquaponics. This year's conference will also include an overview of the Walleye Initiative Grant program and panel presentation by farmers who were awarded grants last year.
Meanwhile, the event will feature a trade show with over 20 vendors.
For more information or to register for the conference, call 814-515-2470.