The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
courses are available that cover basic or advanced concepts in biological
system designs, production techniques, and methods for the integrated science
of aquaponics. The courses teach
foundational and applied knowledge of aquaponics food production, water chemistry,
crop selection, good agriculture and best management practices, and economics
Basic foundational concepts of
aquaponics. Online lectures (January 22-May 11) with weekly online discussion sessions. biological system designs, production techniques and methods for the integrated science of aquaponics; the combination of aquaculture and hydroponics. Foundational knowledge of aquaponic food production, fish culture, crop selection, good agriculture & best management practices and economics & marketing.
A reduced fee, non-credit option is
available for those interested in the course but not needing college credit.
In-person lab sessions meet (May 21– May 23) at the UWSP Aquaponics Innovation Center, Nelson & Pade, Inc. campus, Montello, WI.Introduction to the biology, chemistry, engineering, economics, controlled environment agriculture and food production of aquaponics through active on-site experiences. An important lab complement to the online lecture course (Biology 380/580).
Additional registration questions, general or course-related questions, contact Dr. Chris Hartleb (firstname.lastname@example.org), (715) 346-3228.