Feeding NZ's Future

Our partners.

A sustainable aquaculture industry has the ability to make a significant contribution to economic transformation in New Zealand.  In order to maximise the economic benefits the industry has identified the need to work in partnership with a range of parties including (but not limited to) government agencies, Maori iwi representative groups, training and education establishments, science providers and food safety authorities. Working together towards the common goal of feeding New Zealand’s future – the sum of the whole is greater than the sum of the individual parts.


Aquaculture in Action Educational Resource

Auckland Regional Council

Cawthron Institute

Department of Conservation

Environment Bay of Plenty

Environment Canterbury

Environment Southland

Environment Waikato

Foundation for Research, Science & Technology

Gisborne District Council

Greater Wellington Regional Council

Hawke’s Bay Regional Council

Horizons Regional Council, Manawatu-Wanganui

MAF Biosecurity New Zealand

Marine Farming Association

Market New Zealand

Marlborough District Council

Ministry for the Environment

Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry

Ministry of Fisheries

Ministry of Research, Science & Technology

National Institute of Water & Atmospheric Research (NIWA)

Nelson City Council

Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology

New Zealand Aquaculture government site

New Zealand Salmon Farmers Association

New Zealand Food Safety Authority

New Zealand Seafood

New Zealand Trade & Enterprise

Northland Regional Council

Otago Regional Council

Otago Regional Council

Plant & Food

Queen Charlotte College

Seafood Industry Council

Seafood Industry Training Organisation

Taranaki Regional Council

Tasman District Council

Te Ohu Kaimoana

Te Puni Kokiri

West Coast Regional Council