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An introduction to different types of aquaponics systems for hobby and commercial use.

Instructor: Christopher Hartleb, Ph.D., Professor of Fisheries Biology and Director of the Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility.

Participants will be introduced to coupled and decoupled aquaponics systems for both commercial and hobby purposes. Topics covered include fish selection and production, husbandry and environmental conditions, system design considerations, and plant-fish pairing to optimize aquaponic production.

The Farmory is proud to present our Lunch and Learn Webinars with Experts! This series of webinars are designed for people looking to get into aquaculture and aquaponics with yellow perch. Experts from all over Wisconsin will be sharing their tried and true methods of fish farming. Whether you are a serious farmer who wants to start your own aquaculture business, or a hobbyist who just plain likes fish, you will have the opportunity to listen, learn and ask questions.

All Webinars will be held on Zoom. Registration is required. A Zoom invitation will be sent to all registered participations 24 hours prior to the designated day and time of the webinar.

Cost Details

These web based events are free and open to the public. At-Will Donations are welcome and can be made at the time of registration. Your donation helps The Farmory to continue providing learning opportunities in sustainable agriculture.

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