Articles posted during the month of June 2019

  • 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 […]

  • Leadership

    Plant-Based Food Companies Are Meeting a Need, But Are They Doing it at the Expense of Aquaculture?

    The world’s appetite for healthy, lean protein sources is big, and, in the past few decades, aquaculture has largely stepped up to quench this appetite. And it’s done so while meeting many of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. It’s is highly resource efficient, especially when compared to terrestrial animal production. It makes a significant […]

  • GAA Films

    GAA Films’ intimate portrayal of a life spent salmon farming

    Established in 2016, GAA Films is a documentary short film series highlighting the untold stories of the people and places around the world practicing aquaculture. GAA uses film as a platform to show that the industry is driven by people we can all relate to. By telling practitioner’s personal stories, we can reduce stigmas and […]