AquaFish researchers from Nepal's Agriculture and Forestry University established four school ponds and used them to train 121 students and eight teachers on how to manage ponds; fertilize, feed, and harvest fish; and prepare fish for consumption.
Besides offering a healthy option for the U.S. Thanksgiving table, tilapia — one of the most common fish farmed in aquaculture — could be a great addition to feasts and holiday tables around the globe.
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About AquaFish Innovation Lab
The mission of the AquaFish Innovation Lab is to enrich livelihoods and promote health by cultivating international multidisciplinary partnerships that advance science, research, education, and outreach in aquatic resources. Bringing together resources from US and Host Country institutions, the AquaFish Innovation Lab strives to strengthen the capacities of its participating institutions, to increase the efficiency of aquaculture and improve fisheries management in environmentally and socially acceptable ways, and to disseminate research results to a broad audience.