Minnesota Aquaponics Symposium

Tuesday, May 2, 2017
Continuing Education and Conference Center

Aquaponics in Minnesota

The third annual symposium on aquaponics in Minnesota will bring together a diverse audience to discuss topics in aquaponics.

The first-ever symposium on aquaponics in Minnesota was held on May 5, 2015. It brought together a diverse audience of more than 100 people to discuss recent research in food safety and good agriculture practices as they apply to our local industry. In addition, two panel discussions provided an opportunity for Q&A with some of the state’s technical experts and industry leaders. The second symposium on aquaponics was held on May 3, 2016.

Who Should Attend

This symposium is intended for aquaponic producers, hobbyists, agencies, academics, food service and public health professionals, and others who work with or are interested in aquaponic production in Minnesota.

Conference Faculty Coordinators

Nicholas Phelps, Assistant Professor, College of Food, Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences, University of Minnesota

Alex Primus, Assistant Professor, Veterinary Population Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota

Organizing Committee

Nicholas Phelps
Alex Primus
Neil Anderson
Michele Schermann

Join the Conversation with #umn_aquaponics

Twitter logoWe invite you to join the conversation about the Minnesota Aquaponics Symposium by tweeting or posting updates to your Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook pages. The hashtag is #umn_aquaponics: include this hashtag in your tweets/posts to continue the conference backchannel; you may also search Twitter for this hashtag to view related tweets. These social media efforts will help participants network and meet new colleagues prior to and during the symposium.

Facilitated by

College of Continuing Education, University of Minnesota