Meet just a few of the organizations we work with—part of our commitment to your success.
World Aquaculture Society
Since its inception in 1969, the World Aquaculture Society has grown to encompass 3,000 members from 100 countries. The WAS provides leadership for enhanced international communications, collaboration and information exchange within the diverse global aquaculture community.
European Aquaculture Society
The idea for establishing the European Mariculture Society was launched at the occasion of the Tenth European Symposium of Marine Biologists, which took place in Oostende, Belgium, in 1975. The original name "European Mariculture Society" was changed into "EUROPEAN AQUACULTURE SOCIETY" in 1984 to better reflect the activity field of the society. The EAS has four principal objectives:
Aquaculture Association of Canada
The objectives of the association are:
Aquaculture Engineering Society
The Aquacultural Engineering Society is an authority on aquacultural engineering that facilitates the discussion of engineering-related topics concerning aquatic organisms and their derivative products.
The National Aquaculture Association
The National Aquaculture Association (NAA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the common interests of the aquaculture community. Working with the US federal government, they are committed to fostering cost-effective environmental stewardship and sustainability.
Florida Aquaculture Association
The Florida Aquaculture Association was formed in 1983 to provide organization for Florida's diverse and specialized aquatic farming commodities. This unified voice ensures sustainability, protects profitability and encourages development in an environmentally responsible manner.
Florida Aquatic Plant Management Society
The FAPMS was formed in 1976 to provide a common forum for managers of aquatic ecosystems to meet and exchange ideas. They assist each other with research and development, using their results to benefit the community at large.
The primary function of the North American Lake Management Society, founded in 1980, is to educate everyone from professional lake managers to politicians to lake users about lake protection. Their activities include work in land, streams, wetlands, estuaries and any other systems that interact with lakes.
Association of Zoos and Aquariums
Founded in 1924, the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of accredited zoos and aquariums in the areas of animal care, wildlife conservation, education and science.
Aquatic Animal Life Support Operators
Aquatic Animal Life Support Operators (AALSO) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of animal life support science. They are focused on education, shared experience and research in an effort to enhance the lives of marine animals everywhere.
Koi USA magazine is filled with insightful articles about pond construction, filtration, fish health, classification, dealer contacts, club news and much more. Each issue contains over 120 pages of exciting koi stories in bright, full color.
Koi Nations is a magazine founded with the goal of bringing koi enthusiasts information from around the world. With each issue, they bring you objective news, breathtaking images and opinions from prominent members of the koi community
The Zen Nippon Airinkai Southern Koi Association
ZNASKA is a group of avid koi lovers who have supported shows in Florida and beyond for many years. They were granted full ZNA Chapter Club status by ZNA Japan in May of 2004.
Progressive Gardening Trade Association
The Progressive Gardening Trade Association (PGTA) is an international organization of retailers and related businesses bringing earth-friendly, water-wise and organic products and practices to the gardening community.
Apopka Area Chamber of Commerce
Aquatic Eco-Systems is based in the city of Apopka, strategically located fifteen minutes from Orlando in beautiful northwest Orange County. Apopka is one of the fastest growing communities in Central Florida, and AES is proud to belong to an organization that supports its local businesses.
American Tilapia Association
The objective of the American Tilapia Association is to support and facilitate the growth of tilapia production and consumption within the United States. They are a nonprofit organization with goals in education, member information and networking, government interactions and support for research.