• The Advocate

    Global Aquaculture Advocate Shifts to Open-Access, Removes Log-In Process

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance’s online magazine, the Global Aquaculture Advocate, is now an open-access journal. The decision to remove the log-in process for readers to view articles is intended to grow the publication’s audience and make the content more shareable via social media. Established in 1998 as a glossy print magazine from the organization’s then-headquarters […]

  • Newsroom

    Robert Jones Joins GAAs Board of Directors

    The Global Aquaculture Alliance is pleased to announce that Robert Jones has joined the GAA board of directors, effectively immediately, the organization announced in early August. Jones is the global aquaculture lead for The Nature Conservancy, a Washington, D.C.-based nonprofit organization with a mission to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends. […]

  • Membership

    Q&A with Jordan Lynch of Texas A&M University

    Editor’s note: This year, the Global Aquaculture Alliance will spotlight various members dedicated to GAA’s mission of responsible aquaculture. Membership starts at only $50 for individuals and $5,000 for businesses. Start utilizing our extensive benefits. Featured this month is Jordan Lynch, a student at Texas A & M University. Tell us a little bit about your […]

  • Education

    Is Farmed Seafood Safe to Eat?

    Editor’s note: This post is part of the Aquaculture 101 series, an educational campaign GAA is carrying out in 2019. The mission of the campaign is to spread awareness about basic aquaculture information to those who might not know about aquaculture, or those who might be skeptical of farmed fish. Each month, a blog post, short video […]

  • GOAL

    Travel Tips for India

    This year the GOAL conference is being held in Chennai, India. The GAA staff have collected tips and information for those attending the conference as well as for any international travelers who may be traveling to India in the near future. These tips are from the GAA staff’s personal experiences as well as current findings […]

  • Membership

    Q&A with Kristine Beran of University of Rhode Island

    Editor’s note: This year, the Global Aquaculture Alliance will spotlight various members dedicated to GAA’s mission of responsible aquaculture. Membership starts at only $50 for individuals and $5,000 for businesses. Start utilizing our extensive benefits. Featured this month is Kristine Beran, research associate at the University of Rhode Island. Tell us a little bit about your […]

  • Education

    Animal Health and Welfare in Aquaculture

    Editor’s note: This post is part of the Aquaculture 101 series, an educational campaign GAA is carrying out in 2019. The mission of the campaign is to spread awareness about basic aquaculture information to those who might not know about aquaculture, or those who might be skeptical of farmed fish. Each month, a blog post, short […]

  • Membership

    Q&A with Charles Engrem of Wenger Manufacturing

    Editor’s note: This year, the Global Aquaculture Alliance will spotlight various members dedicated to GAA’s mission of responsible aquaculture. Membership starts at only $50 for individuals and $5,000 for businesses. Start utilizing our extensive benefits. Featured this month is Charles Engrem, Director of Aquafeed Process at Wenger Manufacturing. Tell us a little bit about your […]

  • GAA Films

    ‘Mimic the River’ explores aquaculture’s relationship with Mekong River

    There are many complexities involved with aquaculture that take place in public bodies of water, such as rivers and oceans – especially when those waters run through country lines. The Mekong River Delta is no exception, and GAA had the opportunity to collaborate with the US Soybean Export Council (USSEC) on a GAA Film exploring […]