Michigan Aquaculture Association

The Michigan Aquaculture Association supports and promotes a well developed and sustainable aquaculture industry in the State of Michigan, through building partnerships between the industry, universities, public agencies, and consumers.

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Our Work

The Michigan Aquaculture Association is involved in a number of initiatives that aid in our mission to support producers of fish and seafood that are grown in a safe and environmentally sensitive manner. Learn more about what we’re currently working on.

Strategic Plan for Michigan Aquaculture

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Science for Great Lakes Net-Pen

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Michigan Aquaculture Association 2020

33rd Annual Meeting

You are cordially invited to attend the Michigan Aquaculture Association’s 2020 Annual Meeting, to be held January 23, 2020 at the Kettunen Center, 14901 4H Drive, Tustin, Michigan 49688. (www.kettunencenter.org)

Our Annual Meeting is open not only to members, but also anyone with an interest in aquaculture!  This meeting is a great chance to meet with current producers, regulators and industry advisors.  Come and be a part of Michigan Aquaculture.

Please join us at the Kettunen Center for our Annual Meeting, with the program beginning at 8:30am and running until 5:00pm.  Registration includes the Kettunen Center’s famous buffet lunch.  The MAA Annual Business Meeting, including elections, is scheduled in the afternoon.  A complete agenda will be posted soon.

Register by January 20 to qualify for early registration rates. (Registration coming soon.)

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If you are an aquaculture producer or are otherwise involved with the aquaculture industry, we encourage you to become a Michigan Aquaculture Association (MAA) Member by downloading, filling out, and returning our membership form.

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Aquaculture Opportunity

Our goal is ensure that fish farming is done sustainably by farmers who act as stewards of natural resources while putting fresh, affordable, and healthy seafood on the table. These videos span from an overview of the industry, through who benefits and economic impact to interviews with two Canadians working in aquaculture in the Great Lakes, a biologist and a farmer.

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