Membership in Oregon Aquaculture Association
The Oregon Aquaculture Association is a member of the National Aquaculture Association. Membership support for OAA also supports NAA and its work.
Active Members are engaged in the practice of aquaculture and derive a portion of income from the aquaculture industry. Members must maintain a current Oregon propagation license issued by Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife; voting member.
Sustaining Members are involved in the industry or are interested in aquaculture and will lend significant support to this industry; nonvoting member.
Associate Members are interested and support purposes and objectives of OAA; nonvoting member.
Group Members are organized groups that are interested in and support the purposes and objectives of OAA; nonvoting member.
$25 per individual up to $100 for the group
Student Members are those attending an accredited university or community college and who are interested and support purposes and objectives of OAA; nonvoting member.
School Club Members are clubs established in elementary, junior or senior schools and are interested in aquaculture and support the purposes and objectives of OAA; nonvoting member.
Pictured above, left to right, are Paul Kay and Clint Bentz at Pond Workshop, Oregon Garden, Silverton, OR
Dan and Deanne Driscoll of Prairie Springs Fish Farm, Dayville, Oregon
Dues are for our fiscal year, October-September, and renew annually in October.
To join Oregon Aquaculture Association, please use the form below.
For further information about membership in Oregon Aquaculture Association, please contact us.