Canada’s Aquaculture and Aquacultural Engineering Institute (AEEI) announced on Tuesday that it will cease operations by December 31, 2018.
AEEI was founded in 1997 by a group of Canadians in the U.S., Canada, and Australia.
The institute is tasked with designing, building, operating, and managing aquaculture projects in Canada.
The institution was established to support the development and implementation of sustainable, sustainable, and high-quality aquacultural practices.
The program was designed to support Canadian farmers and ranchers to maintain and improve their sustainable agricultural practices.
The institute’s closure is not expected to affect the current activities of the institute.
“AEEi has been a significant and important part of our agro-ecology development program for many years and it has been instrumental in supporting Canadian farmers, ranchers, and aquaculturists to continue their efforts to manage their agroecology,” the institute said in a statement.
“The institution is working with the provincial and territorial governments to ensure the institute remains operational and is able to continue to support and enhance the work of our partners to provide Canadians with access to sustainable, high-level agricultural practices,” the statement continued.
“In the meantime, we will be continuing our work in the private sector and will continue to offer the aquacro-technologies we have developed through the AEEi program, in addition to working to provide the public with access.”AEE I also offers the opportunity for students and students from other countries to take courses through the institute’s online program, with the goal of strengthening their knowledge of aquacronomy and aquiculture.
The online program is offered through the Aquacronomist, an online course website run by AquacroSystems.AEE II also closed its doors on October 20, 2018, after more than 25 years of operation.
The organization was a member of the Canadian Association of Aquacultures (CAA) and the International Aquacounty Council (IAC).
The institute was also an employee of the Canada Research Chairs Program at the University of Alberta.