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Governing Member

$1,500.00$15,000.00

Governing membership is the highest and most prestigious level of membership. Governing members participate in the leadership of GAA, and their representatives can serve as GAA officers or on the GAA board of directors, and vote on relevant issues. Governing membership dues are based on annual seafood sales, with larger, more profitable companies donating proportionately higher dues.

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Demonstrate your commitment to responsible aquaculture — and your willingness to be among aquaculture’s thought leaders – by joining the dozens of companies, organizations and individuals on six continents that are GAA members. Environmentally and socially responsible aquaculture and a safe seafood supply require your support and cooperation, so practical solutions can be found to the challenges facing us all. Established in 1997, GAA acts as a voice for responsible aquaculture and prides itself on its ability to convene stakeholders across all segments of the aquaculture community to address these challenges, whether it’s initiating a dialogue at its annual GOAL conference, encouraging the exchange of science-based information in its bimonthly Global Aquaculture Advocate magazine or supporting Best Aquaculture Practices-certified facilities through media outreach and public relations.

Membership Benefits:

Networking: Connect with a large network of aquaculture professionals and thought leaders at GAA’s annual GOAL conference.

Exposure: Members get exposure on the GAA website, including links to your company’s website, and in the Advocate magazine.

Conference and advertising discounts: As a corporate member, you qualify for registration and sponsorship discounts for the GOAL conference and discounts of up to 30% on advertising in the Global Aquaculture Advocate magazine.

Stay in the know: GAA keeps you abreast of the responsible aquaculture movement through the bimonthly Advocate magazine, which is available in English and Spanish online, and GAA’s biweekly eUpdate newsletter.