Aqquua has a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Burapha to help us with egg producing brood-stock and the advancement of our larval rearing efforts in Thailand.

Aqquuas' commitment to nurturing leaders in aquaculture has prompted the company to provide scholarships in aquaculture studies and has also moved to hire graduate students from the University to work at our Aqquua Farm. This allows for a smooth transition of a well educated aquaculture work force directly into a state of the art sustainable farming facility.

Our objective at the Burapha hatchery is to produce locally grown Aqquua Grouper™ fingerlings that will go directly into our commercial grow-out at the farm. In this way we secure the best quality fingerlings that will guarantee optimal growth of our fish while avoiding any prolonged travel.