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 2020. 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 2020 annual meeting will be held Friday and Saturday, 31 January-1 February 2020, in Nathrop at the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort.  Click here for an agenda and some schedule details.  Please plan to attend in 2020!
  • 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.

Spring 2019--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

 

General Association contact:

E-mail: colaquaassn@gmail.com

 

Payments ONLY!

Colorado Aquaculture Association

c/o Karina's Bookkeeping

588 Boxwood Dr.
Windsor, CO 80550-3162, U.S.A.

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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