Drs. Gatlin and Sink and other Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility (ARTF) representatives were invited to this year’s TPWD Inland Hatchery Annual Production meeting held in Bandera, Texas on February 12-14. Bryan Ray, ARTF Research Associate, presented an overview of research being done at the ARTF. Together, they reviewed current projects between the two work groups and discussed potential collaborations that would assist TPWD hatcheries in their production efforts.
The ShareLunker Program that is advertised in the photo above is an effort by TPWD to improve the genetics in Texas’ largemouth bass population.
To see more about what the Aquacultural Research and Teaching Facility entails, head over to the ARTF Facility‘s page. For information on how to Give to the Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences Department to support our research and opportunities, visit our Giving page.