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Science-based use of our natural resources to meet the seafood demands of a growing global population.
The mission of National Program 106, Aquaculture, is to conduct research and deliver technologies that improve domestic aquaculture production efficiency and product quality while minimizing impacts on natural resources.
Research Program Components: Action Plan National Program 106 Aquaculture 2020-2024
Improving the Efficiency and Sustainability of Catfish Aquaculture
Improving the Efficiency and Sustainability of Salmonid Aquaculture
Improving the Efficiency and Sustainability of Hybrid Striped Bass Aquaculture
Enhancing Shellfish Aquaculture
Developing Marine Finfish Seedstocks
Projects in this Program - by State
Maroon = click to see related projects in these states.
Gray = No related research in this state.