Aquaculture North America

Stronger AwF for the Future

November 25, 2014
By Erich Luening
The AwF supports family and smallholder farming to eradicate hunger and poverty

The Aquaculture without Frontiers (AwF) Executive Committee has completed a comprehensive action plan. Executive Director, Roy Palmer, said “The organization has gone through many changes in recent times but has remained solid and with the strategies now agreed and a touch of good fortune we will see a far stronger and sustainable AwF into the future. We have a very pro-active strategy and with the tremendous support we get from our great volunteers we are very confident that we will be able engage in many projects from here into the foreseeable future.”

The Committee approved establishing AwF in Australia, continent-specific advisory groups, and committees for Women’s Network, Global Schools/Students Network, Indigenous Network, Aquaculture Learning Centres, and Communications to work with volunteers and established Project/Technical Committees, such as the Universidad Del Mar De Tamaulipas Bicentenario in Tamaulipas Mexico.


The AwF supports family and smallholder farming to eradicate hunger and poverty, improve livelihoods, manage natural resources, protect the environment, and achieve sustainable development.  If interested contact Roy at

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