The World Aquaculture Society (WAS), which advances progressive and sustainable aquaculture through members in nearly 100 nations, instated Main's leadership recently during its annual meeting, co-organized this year by the European Aquaculture Society and held in Prague, Czech Republic.
What does WAS stand for?
WAS stands for World Aquaculture Society
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Juarez, past president and fellow at World Aquaculture Society and deputy director, Office of Aquaculture, National Marine Fisheries Service was in Oman to participate in a workshop organised by the US Embassy and the Sultanate's Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries Wealth.
Experts from different countries of the world, a number of international organizations, such as FAO, the Asian Aquaculture Network (AAN), World Aquaculture Society (WAS), Arab Agriculture Organization and a number of local and international companies with experience in the field of aquaculture took part in the conference.
18-21 Louisville, Kentucky Contact: World Aquaculture Society Tel:  (760) 432-4270 Fax:  (760) 432-4275 www.
People would enrich pond water with whatever they had, rice bran or cow dung or whatever, and stimulate growth of natural food such as algae or mollusks, and the fish would harvest the natural food," says Ronald Hardy, a University of Idaho aquaculture nutritionist and vice president of the World Aquaculture Society, a trade group based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
The World Aquaculture Society (WAS), formed in 1970 as the World Mariculture Society, now has 2,500 members in 80 countries.
A number of international organizations, such as the FAO, theAsian Aquaculture Network (AAN), international experts, World Aquaculture Society (WAS), Arab Agriculture Organization and a number of local and international companies with experience in thefield of aquaculture are taking part in the conference.