October 14, 2015|By Ross Feldman

The annual Aquaculture Innovation Workshop (AIW) is dedicated to the discussion and presentation of the latest developments in aquaculture technology. The workshop aims to further the vision of sustainable aquaculture and foster innovation in the field. Over two days, a multitude of speakers present their insights, experimental findings, and general commentary on the industry. 

2016's AIW will be held concurrently with Virginia Tech's International Conference on Recirculating Aquaculture (ICRA) at Hotel Roanoke and Conference Center in Roanoke, VA. If you would like to find out more on past AIW conferences, please feel free to browse through the information below. Chronologically, the seven past AIW conferences were:

  • AIW 1: January 17th-18th, 2011; Shepherdstown, WV, USA
  • AIW 2: September 26th-27th, 2011; Campbell River, BC, CA
  • AIW 3: May 15th-May 16th, 2012; Seattle, WA, USA
  • AIW 4: November 5th-November 6th, 2012; Comox, BC, CA
  • AIW 5: September 4th-September 6th, 2013; Shepherdstown, WV, USA
  • AIW 6: October 27th-October 28th, 2014: Vancouver, BC, CA
  • AIW 7: October 13th-October 15th, 2015; Shepherdstown, WV, USA
  • AIW 8: August 19th-August 21st, 2016; Roanoke, VA, USA
  • AIW 9: November 29-30, 2017; Vancouver, BC, CA

 
























The Aquaculture Innovation Workshop series is a product of the Tides Canada Salmon Aquaculture Innovation Fund with collaborative and financial support from the following partners:

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The following page contains links to our staff’s most recent papers. Each paper appears under the year it was published, and is sorted alphabetically by the author’s last names. We have a commitment to Open Access (OA) science and where possible we have provided a link to the publisher’s site where you can access the paper at no cost, generally under Creative Commons (CC BY) license. If you are interested in our work and would like to discuss the research in more depth with a scientist, please contact any Freshwater Institute staff member listed as an author or co-author; we would be pleased to hear from you.

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1098 Turner Road
Shepherdstown, WV 25443-4228
Phone:  (304) 876-2815
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E-mail: freshwater.info@conservationfund.org

Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday

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Historic Shepherdstown is turn-restricted for trucks and tractor trailers. From Hagerstown, MD: 

  • South on Rt. 65 (Sharpsburg Pike, I-70, exit 29) to Sharpsburg
  • Right at stop sign onto Rt. 34. Cross Potomac River bridge to Shepherdstown.
  • Straight through four-way stop sign on Rt. 480.
  • Go one mile and turn right at traffic light onto new bypass.
  • Proceed straight through traffic light at Rt. 45, one quarter mile to right onto Billmyer Mill Road.
  • Go one mile and turn right on Turner Road.
  • Go one mile to The Conservation Fund Freshwater Institute.
  • Turn right onto gravel driveway immediately after sign. Continue on driveway past barn to main research building entrance to the right.  Other than USPS all deliveries are directed to the reception office lobby.

We have adequate turn-around space for a tractor trailer, a loading dock and a tractor-mounted fork lift for unloading pallets. If you have a large or unusual load requiring special considerations please contact us in advance to assure appropriate assistance is available on your arrival.