"Spawning New Ideas - Thinking Outside The Hatchery"
December 6 - 8, 2011
Victoria, BC, Canada
As hosts of the 62nd Annual Northwest Fish Culture Conference, the Freshwater Fisheries Society of BC (FFSBC) and Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) welcome you to Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
This informal conference brings together fish culturists, scientists and interested individuals from private, state/provincial, native, and federal finfish hatchery facilities in the Pacific Northwest and elsewhere in North America to exchange information and ideas about all aspects of fish culture. These conferences are hosted on a rotating basis by the various fish resource agencies in the Pacific Northwest. The subject matter generally focuses on topics directly applicable to fish culture, but will include topics in fisheries management, research and other disciplines that are directly related to the science of fish culture.
This conference is also used to renew old friendships, begin new ones, and develop personal contacts between those of common interest. All persons interested are invited to attend and to actively participate.
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