Projects

Funded Project #3 - NCRAC Extension Project

Description


The third “Base” Project was chaired by Don Garling.  The objectives of the project include:


  1. Strengthen linkages between North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) Research and Extension Work Groups.
  2. Enhance the NCRAC extension network for aquaculture information transfer.
  3. Provide in-service training for Cooperative Extension Service, Sea Grant Advisory Service,  and other landowner assistance personnel.
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Funded Project #5 - NCRAC Extension Project

Description


The fifth “Base” Project  was chaired by Joe Morris.  The objectives include:


  1. Strengthen linkages between North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) Research and Extension Work Groups.
  2. Enhance the NCRAC extension network for aquaculture information transfer.
  3. Provide in-service training for Cooperative Extension Service, Sea Grant Advisory Service,  and other landowner assistance personnel.
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Funded Project #6 - NCRAC Extension Project

Description


The sixth “Base” Project was chaired by Joe Morris.


Objectives:


  1. Strengthen linkages between North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) Research and Extension Work Groups.
  2. Enhance the NCRAC extension network for aquaculture information transfer.
  3. Provide in-service training for Cooperative Extension Service, Sea Grant Advisory Service,  and other landowner assistance personnel.
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Funded Project #7 - NCRAC Extension Project

Description


The seventh “Base” Project - Chaired by Joe Morris.


Objectives:


  1. Strengthen linkages between North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) Research and Extension Work Groups.
  2. Enhance the NCRAC extension network for aquaculture information transfer.
  3. Provide in-service training for Cooperative Extension Service, Sea Grant Advisory Service,  and other landowner assistance personnel.
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Funded Project #8 - NCRAC Extension Project

Description


The eighth “Base” Project - Chaired by Joe Morris


Objectives:


  1. Strengthen linkages between North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) Research and Extension Work Groups.
  2. Enhance the NCRAC extension network for aquaculture information transfer.
  3. Provide in-service training for Cooperative Extension Service, Sea Grant Advisory Service,  and other landowner assistance personnel.
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Funded Project #12 - NCRAC Extension Project- Addendum

Description

The twelfth project - Chaired by Joseph Morris

Objectives:

1. To develop an online Fish Health Certificate Program for producers, providing them with relevant risk assessment and management principles and practices to reduce losses due to fish diseases and set up mechanisms to collect data on the impact of the training on the individual fish operations and the industry in general.

2. Development and presentation on workshops focused on AIS-HACCP training.

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Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS)

Description

The first Fish Health Funded Project.  Chaired by Jeff Malison.

Objectives:

The overall goal is to minimize the risk of spreading VHS and other fish diseases into fish farms and wild waterways throughout the North Central Region (NCR). Specific objectives are:

1. Determine the safety and efficacy of iodine disinfection on walleye and northern pike eggs infected with VHS. Read more about Viral Hemorrhagic Septicemia (VHS)

Advancing Hybrid Striped Bass Culture in the North Central Region

Description


The third Hybrid Striped Bass Funded Project.  Chaired by Chris Kohler


Objectives:


1. Obtain and maintain (in captivity) populations of spawning size white bass and striped bass.


2. Evaluate the effects of selected photoperiod/temperature and hormonal manipulations on gonadal development and spawning in white bass brood stock.


Participants:


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Culture Technology of Hybrid Striped Bass (HSB Project #4)

Description


The fourth Hybrid Striped Bass Funded Project.  Chaired by Chris Kohler


Objectives:


1. To develop intensive hatchery production techniques for white bass and to "domesticate" white bass by producing brood stock originating from induced spawns.


2. To perfect cryopreservation techniques for white bass/striped bass semen and to demonstrate feasibility of hybrid bass production using "stored" semen in industry-type setting.


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