September 29th - October 1st , 2023
Registration Will Open Soon!
Sept 29-Oct 1, 2023
Mote Marine Lab and Aquaculture Park
Women and gender minorities make aquaculture happen.
Developing innovative research, managing environmental resources, and cultivating commodities - the legacy of women and gender minorities on the field is undeniable. Therefore, it only makes sense to hold a conference specifically for the industry's movers and shakers!
Over the course of two days, we will explore the values of research, community, collaboration, and celebration while bringing together the current and future generations of stakeholders in aquaculture. This conference will provide attendees with networks of opportunity and support, will showcase the diversity of options in aquaculture, and will aim to uplift underrepresented voices in the industry.
As critical parts of the aquaculture workforce, we are dedicated to equipping attendees at all experience levels with practical professional development. Please join us as we honor, embrace, and discuss the amazing work done by Women of the Water.
Registration will open soon!
Masks are not required for this event, but we encourage attendees to mask and social distance to their personal comfort level. If you are experiencing symptoms of an active COVID-19 infection we urge you to stay home. All applicable state and local regulations should be followed by all conference attendees. Please refer to current CDC guidelines or a healthcare professional if you have questions or concerns.
The following Women of the Water are so excited to bring this conference experience to life!