Colorado Aquaculture Association
Colorado Aquaculture Association

Current News

  • The Fall 2018 "The Fish Line" newsletter is now available in print. Click on the link on the left of this page. 
  • It's time to renew your CAA membership for 2018. Please send your dues (Active Member, $75; Student, $10; Sustaining Member, $275; Agencies and Associations, $200; Subscribing Member [non-permit holders], $20), payable to Colorado Aquaculture Association. You may download a membership/renewal form using this link or the link on the left of this page. Alternatively, use the membership/renewal form in the printed newsletter that you regularly receive. Please renew today! 
  • The 2019 annual meeting will be held Friday and Saturday, 1-2 February 2019, in Nathrop at the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort.  Click here for an agenda and some schedule details.  Please plan to attend in 2020 at about the same time!
  • All listings in the membership list have been updated. Please check your listing now for accuracy. If your listing is incorrect, please e-mail Bill Manci with a correction.

Fall 2018--Newsletter

To view a PDF version of The Fish Line and Fish Bits, please click on the link on the left of this page.

Colorado Aquaculture Association 

Technical/aquaculture/

administrative/web site questions:

Tel. (Bill Manci): +1-970-225-0150

E-mail: manci@ftai.com

 

Dues submissions ONLY!

Colorado Aquaculture Association

c/o Hobert Office Services

P. O. Box 1992
Estes Park, CO 80517-1992, U.S.A.

E-mail: hobert@hobertltd.com

Membership Form

Click the logo to reach the Downloads page.  Then click the link for the membership/renewal form in PDF format.

Fishy News

Click the logo for the latest CAA newsletter in PDF format.
  • We encourage you to visit our Member List which includes links to member web sites.
  • Join us at our annual meeting.  Visit the News page for details.  Click here for a copy of the 2019 Annual Meeting Agenda and details.
  • 2019 Annual Meeting: Friday and Saturday, 1-2 February, Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort, Nathrop, CO (about the same time each year)

Sample Collectors and Labs Approved by CPW

Click here to download a list of certified and approved fish disease sample collectors and analysis labs.

Colorado Stocking Restrictions

Colorado Parks and Wildlife maintains a list of stocking restrictions at the web listed here.

http://ndismaps.nrel.colostate.edu/stockingrestrictions/

What's Fresh?

Find recent domestic and imported fish production numbers at USDA-ERS.

Webmaster: Bill Manci

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