September’s speaker, Skip Kemp of Kemp Fisheries, is an aquaculture expert and enthusiast, advising on the installation and operation of on In-Pond Raceway Systems for aquaculture around the world. He is also passionate about getting IPRS installed in the US and wants to help those who are interested in venturing into aquaculture or improving existing systems. He has ideas for reducing the build costs for new entrants, figuring out grant funding for developing new methods and he is ready to brainstorm! If you are interested in aquaculture and want to know more, please contact us via our contact form and we will put you in touch with Skip. The meeting space for this event was provided by University of North Carolina’s Institute for the Environment.
Have you heard about the new revolution in aquaculture? The In-Pond Raceway System or IPRS conserves water, protects the environment and triples yields from traditional open pond methods and it’s catching on around the world! If you are interested in aquaculture, work in fisheries or if you are part of the growing number of people re-creating our food system for a sustainable future then please join us on Monday at UNC.
5:00-5:10 Arrival at UNC Institute for the Environment Europa Bldg, fifth floor Biltmore room Suite 540
5:10 Introduction of Speaker and Talk
5:15- 5:45 Speaker:
Philip “Skip” Kemp Jr
Kemp Fisheries LLC
Title: ‘ Aquaculture Revolution: In Pond Raceway Systems‘
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