The National Aquaculture Association (NAA) provides a wealth of user friendly information about U.S. farm-raised seafood for consumers, retailers, foodservice professionals, educators, students, and growers. Materials focus on commonly-asked questions about the environmental impacts of aquaculture, production methods, farmed species, seafood and health, nutritional information, and recipes. The NAA also offers free educational programs for culinary schools and professional groups.
NAA has moved its offices!
PO Box 12759 Tallahassee, FL 32317
Phone: 850.216.2400   Fax: 850.216.2480

What is Aquaculture?

Aquaculture (fish farming) is the production of marine and freshwater organisms under controlled conditions.


Environmental Stewardship

In the U.S., aquatic farmers must follow strict federal and state regulations developed to protect the environment, wild stocks, and farmed fish.


Choosing Seafood Farmed in the United States

Finfish and shellfish farmed in the U.S. are loaded with benefits that will help you stay in shape and enjoy a longer, healthier life.