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The North Carolina Aquaculture Association (NCAA) is a private non-profit corporation formed in 1991. Its purposes are to provide support through promotion, marketing, and other beneficial acts to strengthen, expand, and diversify the industries of freshwater and marine aquaculture in North Carolina. Subject to prior approval, the Association may take a position and press an opinion on issues directly and generally affecting aquaculture industry.

PowerPoint presentations from the NCAA’s 2015 Producer Updates
Please click on the title of the presentation to download a pdf. copy of the PowerPoint by each presenter’s name:

Eastern Meeting - Agenda & Location InfoAugust 19th, 2015

NCAA and NCDA Aquaculture Update – Pete Anderson
*USDA Farm Bill and NAP Insurance Update – Kay Yates

NC Farm Bureau, NC Legislative & Ag. Policy Update – Keith Larick

NC Wildlife Recourses Commission Escapement Plans – Jeff Evans

Southeast NCCE Update & 2016 NC Aquaculture Conf. – Mike Frinsko

Northeast NCCE Update & NC Crawfish Growers Assoc. – Steve Gabel

NC Sea Grant Update & NC Mariculture – Chuck Weirich

Western Meeting - Agenda & Location InfoSeptember 10th, 2015

Welcome to Lonesome Valley - Sally Eason, Sunburst Chef & Farmer
Message from the NCAA President - Randy Gray
Greetings and Statement of Support – Commissioner Steve Troxler

NCAA Mission & Vision, NC Aquaculture Update – Pete Anderson

NC Farm Bureau, Environmental and Legislative Updates – Keith Larick

NC Soil & Water Conservation Cost Share Programs – Natalie Woolard

‘A growing segment of NC Aquaculture’… Aquaponics in NC
Guest Speaker – Bradley Todd, Lucky Clay Farms

NAP Insurance and ELAP Programs – Clif Parker

NCDA Aquaculture Update & NASAC – Debra Sloan

Status of Whirling Disease and Gill Lice Sampling and Detection
Jacob Rash, NC Wildlife Resources Commission

Hatchery Biosecurity – David Deaton, NC Wildlife Resources Commission

NC Aquaculture Association
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New Bern, NC 28562