The North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) is supporting a small-scale seafood processing and food safety training for fish farmers in the Midwest. Sponsors for this training session include: Illinois Extension, Purdue Extension and Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant.
Interested fish and aquaponics farmers may sign up for a 2-day HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points) training session. The location of farmers will determine how many training sessions will be available and the training session locations.
If you are highly interested and willing to commit to the process, please complete this survey as soon as possible. Seats are limited!
Sign up through this link:
For any questions please contact:
Kwamena Quagrainie, Aquaculture Economics/Marketing Specialist
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant/Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources/Purdue Agricultural Economics/Purdue Extension – FNR
Amy Shambach, Aquaculture Marketing Outreach Associate
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant/Purdue Extension- FNR
Taylor Bradford, Aquaculture Extension Assistant
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant/Purdue Forestry & Natural Resources/Purdue Agricultural Economics
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