Getting Started in Aquaculture
Site and Species Selection and Other Factors to Consider
Economics of Aquaculture
Approved Shellfish Hatcheries and Certified Shippers Resources
*All shellfish shipped into Connecticut must be certified disease free. To obtain approval status in Connecticut, please contact:
Dr. Inke Sunila, State Shellfish Pathologist
Connecticut Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Aquaculture
Aquaculture and Shellfisheries Statutes
All statutes can be found in Appendices C-F of the Guide to Permitting Marine Aquaculture in ConnecticutStatutes are updated annually
Seafood Sanitation Regulations & Training
Basic Shellfish Aquaculture and Shellfisheries Information
Shellfisheries InformationQuahogs in Eastern North America: Part I, Part II (hard copy) NMFS
$12 each plus shipping. Send orders to: New Orders, Superintendent of Documents
PO Box 371954, Pittsburg, PA 15250-7954
- The Quahog and Oyster Fisheries (hard copy) David L. Belding, M.D.
- The Scallop Fisheries (hard copy) David L. Belding, M.D.
- The soft-shell Clam Fisheries (hard copy) David L. Belding, M.D.
$25 each plus shipping. Contact Sandra Shumway at (860) 405-9282
Cultivation MethodologyManual for Hatchery Culture of the Bay Scallop (hard copy) CT Sea Grant
$10.00 plus shipping. Contact Peg Van Patten at (860) 405-9127
Cultivation Methodology and FeedsHybrid Striped Bass Culture Guide (DVD) NCRAC
$15.00 which includes shipping for CD. Contact Joseph Morris at (515) 294-5280 Yellow Perch Culture Guide (DVD) NCRAC
$15.00 which includes shipping for CD. Contact Joseph Morris at (515) 294-5280