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Aquaculture Travel Funds Available To Underrepresented Communities of the Great Lake Region
The Great Lakes Aquaculture Collaborative will provide reimbursement funds for students, current or potential producers and speakers from historically excluded or underrepresented groups to attend and/or present at state and regional aquaculture meetings. See the informational flyer for eligibility requirements.
To apply: Fill out a short registration form.
Questions? Contact Emma Hauser, aquaculture outreach specialist, Northern Aquaculture Demonstration Facility and Wisconsin Sea Grant, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

Aquaculture Learning Pathways
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point (UWSP) offers several learning pathways tailored to fit the interests of traditional students, post-graduates, professionals, veterans, and those wanting to continue their education in the field of aquaculture. See the UWSP Aquaculture Learning Pathways fact sheet for more information.
Questions? Contact the UWSP Department of Biology at (751) 346-2159 or

North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) Announces New Extension Factsheets
These factsheets were developed by regional and national experts with final editing and layout from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach staff. These publications are now available at as well as Extension Store (

GLAC Media Mentions