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US$850 – on or before August 30
US$950 – after August 30
Includes catered lunch, snacks
and coffee each day.

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Deadline: September 13
This four-day course presented by The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute will cover the fundamentals of water recirculating systems for fish culture including mass balances to maintain water quality, unit process design and system operation. The course is being hosted by Ideal Fish at their RAS facility in Waterbury, Connecticut. Course materials provided to participants include a binder of all presentations and a copy of the book Recirculating Aquaculture, 4th edition. The course includes a tour of the branzino RAS facilities at Ideal Fish.
Comfort Suites Southington
64 Knotter Drive
Southington, CT 06489

Rooms available for $105/night

Click here to reserve your room online

To reserve your room by phone,
Call (860) 276-3100
Refer to room block code: RAS 2019

Room block expires September 14
Ideal Fish
64 Avenue of Industry
Waterbury, CT 06705
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Brian Vinci and Chris Good
The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute
Edward D. Aneshansley, MPS, PE
McMillen Jacobs Associates
Kata Sharrer | 304-870-2209
Cornell University logo The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute has partnered with Cornell University’s eCornell to allow participants of Freshwater Institute’s RAS Course to complete eCornell’s Designing Recirculating Aquaculture Systems online assessment certificate for a reduced cost. For more information, please visit our webpage