The Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection offers access to an array of resources and provides industry contacts for Wisconsin aquaculturists, whether they're just getting started or ready to bring their products to market.
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Wisconsin Statutes, Chapter 95, Section 60 (95.60)
This details the authority that the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has to regulate fish farms in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Administrative Code, ATCP Chapter 10
This rule details the requirements for registering fish farms and record-keeping.
Wisconsin Legislative Council Information Memorandum
This is a review of fish farming as an industry and the evolving state relationship with that industry.
Wisconsin Aquaculture Association
The WAA promotes, educates and advocates for economic vitality and environmental sustainability of aquaculture in Wisconsin.
National Aquaculture Association
A non-profit, tax exempt organization whose purpose is to work with all segments of the US aquaculture community for the purpose of national representation of mutual interests.
Aquaculture Network Information Center
A gateway to the world's electronic aquaculture resources, coordinated by the Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant Consortium, and hosted by Purdue University and the University of Illinois through the Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant College Program.
North Central Regional Aquaculture Center
Information for the North Central United States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
United States Trout Farmers Association
The oldest commercial aquaculture trade organization in the United States, organized in 1954 by a group of trout farmers interested in creating a strong, unified voice for the national trout industry.
Wisconsin Sea Grant
Since 1968, the Wisconsin Sea Grant program has been dedicated to the wise stewardship and sustainable use of Great Lakes and ocean resources.
World Aquaculture Society
Contributes to the progressive and sustainable development of aquaculture worldwide with a commitment to excellence in science, technology, education, and information exchange.
For more information call 608-224-5137 or email.