Aquaculture Center

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Facility Type
Academics
Hours
Monday-Friday 8-4pm and Saturday and Sunday by appointment only
Products/Services
We sell brook trout and albino brown trout both wholesale and to the public. We also offer tours for school groups and professionals. Contact Elisa Livengood or Ryan Diehl.

Join us for viewing our facilities through an in-person or virtual. The Aquaculture Center serves as our primary site for applied experiential learning.

The Aquaculture Center includes:

  • Recirculating Aquaculture System (RAS) aquaponics greenhouse powered by solar 
  • Cold-water species hatchery
  • Marine Aquaculture Lab (located in Bicknell Hall)
  • On-campus ponds, streams, and natural areas

The Aquaculture Center serves as a training center for students and professionals. The cornerstone of the center is the production of our New York heritage strain of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). The center includes a recirculation aquaculture system that raises paddlefish and provides training in aquaponics and hydroponics. The school’s marine lab raises tropical corals of various species and ornamental fish like freshwater angelfish and the lined seahorse. Training opportunities are diverse and skills can be applied for positions in state and federal hatchery systems, private aquaculture farms, and public aquaria.

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Programs

A seahorse of the marine lab species
Immerse yourself in your learning. Through its diversity and depth, SUNY Morrisville’s Associate in Applied Science degree program in aquaculture & aquatic science prepares you for success in aquaculture, marine biology, fisheries and conservation, and many related industries. Handle fish your very first day with our applied learning in aquaculture.
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Planning for a sustainable environment. With the growing challenges to our natural environment come rising opportunities to sustainably manage and protect our natural resources. If you value our natural resources and want to help sustain them, you’ll find the training to do so in SUNY Morrisville’s Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) degree program in environmental & natural resources management.
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Become a steward of the land. One of the great challenges we face in today’s world has to do with our ability to identify and solve environmental problems. Through SUNY Morrisville’s Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program in environmental conservation science, you will take the first steps in preparing for that challenge.