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Greg Fischer

-Facility Operations Manager

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Greg received his B.S in Wildlife and Fisheries Management from Lake Superior State University in Michigan.  Before coming to the UWSP-NADF, Greg worked with various tribal, state, private and federal agencies in designing, constructing, and managing multi-species facilities for conservation and aquaculture purposes with a variety of cool and coldwater fish species.  He has over 20 years of experience with many species of warm, cool and coldwater fish in various rearing systems.  His present responsibilities at UWSP-NADF include overseeing applied research and demonstration projects, facility staff, interns, volunteers, and all day-to-day activities involved with the operation of the facility

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Above: Greg holds up a 4 year old Atlantic salmon as part of the broodstock program to raise atlantic sustainably for food fish aquaculture.

Right: Greg stands next the the UWSP NADF Atlantic salmon partial recirculating aquaculture system, which is holding around 80, 40-50lb atlantic salmon.




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