Celebrating Aquaculture Week: Farming from Tide to Table

Join us for Aquaculture Week 2023 to learn how marine aquaculture—or farmed seafood—is vital for supporting our nation’s seafood production and year-round jobs, enhancing coastal resilience, and more.

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Two aquaculture workers pull a line of kelp out of the water and into their boat, on Seagrove Kelp Co's farm site. Buoy markers are present on the water's surface. Sustainably grown, organic Alaskan kelp is harvested at the Seagrove Kelp Co. farm in Doyle Bay. Credit: NOAA Fisheries/Jordan Hollarsmith
Aerial view looking down at two dark gray North Atlantic right whales, one adult and one smaller calf. North Atlantic right whale Smoke and calf. Credit: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (NOAA Permit #20556-01)
A red-haired white woman wearing glasses and a blue shirt with a black blazer sits in front of an American flag and a black background. Emily Menashes is the new Deputy Assistant Administrator for Operations at NOAA Fisheries. Credit: NOAA Fisheries
Roughly one dozen people, many wearing hats and active wear, stand along the railings of a white fishing boat, holding fishing poles. Families enjoy a day of fishing in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. Credit: NOAA Fisheries