Below are resources related to aquaculture, fisheries, and aquatic vegetation management. See the detailed description under each resource for more information.
Aquaculture, Fisheries, and Pond Management
The Aquaculture, Fisheries, and Pond Management website strives to be a one-stop for all the fish and pond information you need, or ever wanted to know, on topics ranging from aeration to water quality.
The AquaPlant site is designed to help land owners identify and manage plants in their ponds or tanks. To best manage your pond vegetation, start by using the Identify a Plant section and then select the best management options to fit your needs for specific plants from the Manage a Plant section.
Wildlife and Fisheries Extension - YouTube
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Wildlife and Fisheries unit provides wildlife, fisheries, and farm pond management recommendations that are based on scientific research. Our YouTube channel demonstrates how landowners can manage their land for or incorporate wildlife habitat, fisheries, and water resources management on their land.
Southern Regional Aquaculture Center
The Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC) produces and distributes materials to improve the commercial development of aqauculture in the Southern Region, including Fact Sheets on more than 20 species of fish and shellfish and aquaponics.
Southern Regional Aquaculture Center - YouTube
The Southern Regional Aquaculture Center (SRAC) YouTube channel which includes videos based on their materials covering aqauculture and fish species in the Southern Region.
Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility
Operated by the department for the Texas A&M AgriLife Experiment Station, the Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility (ARTF) is dedicated to research and teaching that promotes development of sound biological basis for warm water aquaculture and aquatic ecology.