A woman steers on a boat, looking back behind her over the water.
Farmer-Led Conservation TNC’s Alix Laferriere drives a boat to an oyster restoration reef that is part of the Supporting Oyster Aquaculture and Restoration (SOAR) program in New Hampshire. © Jerry and Marcy Monkman/EcoPhotography

Welcome to the Aquaculture Science Hub

As the global population grows and we face the dual crises of climate change and biodiversity loss, it’s more important than ever to produce food sustainably. We are working to provide the information, tools, and resources that farmers, industry, conservation practitioners, researchers, decision-makers, and other stakeholders need to support regenerative aquaculture around the world.

By the Numbers

Our mission is to ensure that aquaculture contributes to ecosystem restoration, food security, and thriving communities.

  • Fish swimming.


    million hectares of water under improved management

  • Three people.


    farmers with increased economic opportunity

  • A stack of money.


    million mobilized towards sustainable aquaculture projects

  • A globe.


    countries with on-the-ground projects

A map of our aquaculture projects.
Global Impact A map of our aquaculture projects. © TNC