August 11–13, 12am–12amWhere
Calala’s Water Haven South 365 State Route 60, New London, 44851
This will not be your typical conference. Presenters will be given
as much time as they need to cover their specific interests and
Innovative Aquaculture & Growing Techniques
Recirculating Aquaculture Systems
Unique Product Lines
Trends in the Industry
Learn from the best!
Networking opportunities with presenters
Featuring Charlie Shultz
Shultz has been a pioneer in aquaponics since first attempting
to link fish and plants more than 20 years ago. After specializing
in recirculating aquaculture at Virginia Tech in the early 1990s,
he spent 14 years working at the University of the Virgin Islands. While there the team began to host the first aquaponics training course,
incorporating both lecture and hands‐on activities. His master’s
research at Kentucky State University focused on lighting technologies for
indoor plant production using aquaponic systems. Currently, he serves as the lead faculty for controlled environment agriculture at Santa Fe Community College in New Mexico teaching greenhouse management, hydroponics and aquaponics.
Cost: $600, includes conference, continental breakfast and lunch, conference materials on thumb drive, Tour of Calala’s Water Haven, Tour of Lettuce Heads Farm NOTE: For an additional $15 per person, participants can attend a fish fry with the presenters Saturday evening.
To register, email your name, address and phone number and if you plan to attend the Saturday night fish fry to [email protected].