Tony Vaught, aquaculturist and longtime CAA Board member will be the Keynote Speaker at next week’s 68th Annual Northwest Fish Culture Concepts workshop in Redding, CA

Tony Vaught’s Topic:

Private and Public Aquaculture/Benefits for society (food production, recreation, collaborations)

Conference information:

68th Annual North West Fish Culture Concepts Workshop

Conservation, Mitigation, & Recreation

December 5-7, 2017

Red Lion Hotel, Redding, California

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) cordially invites you to attend the 68th Annual North West Fish Culture Concepts (NWFCC) workshop on December 5-7, 2017 in Redding, California. This year’s theme is Conservation, Mitigation, and Recreation. Potential topics at this year’s event include Fish Health and Nutrition, Engineering and Technology, Innovative Husbandry, Fish Genetics and Breeding, Warm Water and Marine Aquaculture, Climate Change and Hatcheries, and Hatchery contributions to Restoration and Conservation. Presentations, vendor exhibits, poster session, workshops, socials, a fantastic raffle, and the opportunity to meet your colleagues make this an excellent event.

For more information on the 68th Annual NWFCC, visit the website hosted by the American Fisheries Society, Fish Culture Section: