Founded in 1924, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) is a nonprofit 501c(3) organization dedicated to the advancement of zoos and aquariums in the areas of conservation, education, science, and recreation. The AZA logo is your assurance that you are supporting an institution dedicated to providing excellent care for animals, a great experience for […]
AALSO (Aquatic Animal Life Support Operators) is a 501 c6 nonprofit organization focusing on the education and training of aquatic life support operators in hundreds of facilities around the world. AALSO creates a pathway for members to learn about the latest technology in the industry and acts as a forum for members to connect and […]
RAW annually assembles the largest group of aquatic curators, aquarists, LSS operators and directors from large and small public aquariums and zoos from North America, Europe, Australia, and occasionally Asia and Africa, creating an unparalleled opportunity to make valuable connections with industry professionals.
The World Aquaculture Society, through this commitment to excellence in science, technology, education, and information exchange, will contribute to the progressive and sustainable development of aquaculture throughout the world. The Annual Meeting of the World Aquaculture Society is recognized as the premier aquaculture conference and exhibition, and brings together aquaculturists from the commercial, academic, and […]
Aqua Logic is proud to be a member of the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce, whose mission is to be the leading, most effective advocate and voice for business policy and connections in the San Diego-Baja California region.
As the nation’s recreational fishing trade association, ASA supports the interests of hundreds of businesses, agencies and organizations and is the champion for the sportfishing industry.
The Aquacultural Engineering Society (AES) provides a means by which its members can come together to discuss engineering problems related to aquaculture. AES serves as a united voice for aquacultural engineering in the general aquacultural community and provides an engineering perspective to the problems and proposed solutions to these problems.
In 1989 the Aquaculture Suppliers Association was formed with two goals in mind; to unite and provide a voice for manufacturers and other industry suppliers, and to support the National Aquaculture Association (NAA).