The future of aquaculture in California is complex but opportunity abounds. During a forum on Pathways Toward Responsible Aquaculture in California held at Moss Landing Marine Laboratories on 11 and 12 August 2018 more than 130 scientists, regulators, owners of aquaculture businesses, legislators, and NGOs participated in a wide-ranging discussion regarding the possibilities and challenges. Please use this link to view a summary of the meeting, agenda and abstracts, videos of all the talks, and other information and links related to this important forum on the future of aquaculture in California.
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- Dr. Mike Graham leads research and development at the aquaculture center. Click here to read the Monterey Herald's article on maximizing sustainable technologies in aquaculture.
- Dr. Michael Graham leads research and development at the aquaculture center. Click here to read the Santa Cruz Sentinel's article on maximizing sustainable technologies in aquaculture.