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    • Aquaculture Species
    • Aquaculture
      • the regulation and cultivation of water plants and animals for human use or consumption
    • Aquaculture Crops
      • Plants
        • Ornamental
        • Seaweed
      • Fish
        • Salmon
        • Trout
        • Bass
        • Catfish
        • Tilapia
        • Ornamental Fish
      • Shellfish
        • Oysters & Clams
      • Crustaceans
        • Blue Crabs
        • Crayfish
        • Prawns & Shrimp
        • Lobsters
    • Sushi?
    • Atlantic Salmon
      • Farm-raised vs wild catch
      • Over-fishing a concern
      • Farm-raised associated with pollution
        • “ Floating Pig Farms”
      • Anadramous
        • Born in freshwater
        • Migrate to salt water to live
        • Return to fresh water to spawn
    • Trout
      • Raised for stocking streams for fishing
      • Raised for food less frequently
      • Need cool, clean, highly-oxygenated water
      • Can’t make it through summers here
    • Oysters
      • Native oysters over-harvested
      • Farming is a new field
      • Need saltwater
    • Blue Crabs
      • Rapidly declining populations in the Chesapeake Bay
      • Aquaculture being developed for brackish ponds
      • Still in research phase
    • Finfish
    • Experts
      • With a partner
      • Pick a species
      • Research your topic
      • Make a PowerPoint
      • Teach the class
    • PowerPoint
      • Physical characteristics
        • What it looks like, how big it is
      • What it eats
      • Lifecycle
        • Growth rate
        • Age at reproductive maturity
        • Spawning: where, when, how
      • Environmental requirements
        • Temperature
        • Water conditions
    • Next week
      • Monday – State FFA Team Visit
      • Tuesday – Aquaculture Presentations
      • Wednesday – Aquaculture Systems
      • Thursday – Water Quality & Fish Nutrition
      • Friday – Aquaculture Quiz – Shop Safety
    • INTRODUCTION TO SAE PROGRAMS
      • SAEs are a great way to get classroom credit and FFA awards for doing things like exploring careers, earning money and having fun!
      What is SAE?
      • An SAE (Supervised Agricultural Experience) is a practical application of classroom concepts designed to provide “real world” experiences and develop skills in agriculturally related career areas.
      • SAE program consists of:
      • Planned activities
      • Conducted outside of class time
      • Designed to gain hands-on experience
      • Develop skills in agricultural career areas
      • Subject that interests you.
    • SAE Rewards
        • provides an opportunity to explore careers
        • allows students to gain experience
        • earn money
        • improve communication skills in a variety of situations
        • develop management skills
        • earn FFA Proficiency Awards and advanced FFA degrees
      • Exploratory -experiencing the “big picture” of agriculture and its many related careers. This type of program is great for beginning students and those who are uncertain about their interest, but others can also benefit.
      Types of SAEs
      • Research/Experimentation - an SAE where you conduct research using the scientific process. Agriculture is a science-based industry and there are limitless opportunities for research-based SAEs.
      • Placement - (in some states called internships) in this SAE you work for someone, either for pay or for the experience. These SAEs may be located in agribusinesses, school labs, farms and ranches or in community facilities.
      • Ownership/Entrepreneurship - this type of SAE makes you a business owner. You plan and operate an agriculturally related enterprise or business.
      • livestock, crops,
      • nursery plants or forest products,
      • providing a service such as lawn care,
      • processing agricultural products,
      • repair, design or fabricating agriculturally related equipment.
      • Supplementary Activities- a specific skill learned outside of normal class time that contributes to the agriculture skills and knowledge obtained by the student.
      Additional Parts of an SAE
      • Improvement Activities- a series of learning activities that improve the efficiency, value, use or appearance of the place of employment, home, school or community.
    • Match the Experience with the Type of SAE
      • Exploratory
      • Research/ Experimentation
      • Ownership/ Entrepreneurship
      • Placement
      • Working in a florist shop
      • Owning a Christmas tree farm
      • Comparing the effect of hormones on plant growth
      • Shadowing a veterinarian on career day
      • Growing and selling bedding plants
      • Working in school greenhouse after school
    • Match the Experience with the Type of SAE
      • Exploratory
      • Research/ Experimentation
      • Ownership/ Entrepreneurship
      • Placement
      • Working in a florist shop
      • Owning a Christmas tree farm
      • Comparing the effect of hormones on plant growth
      • Shadowing a veterinarian on career day
      • Growing and selling bedding plants
      • Working in school greenhouse after school
    • FFA Membership
      • You all should join!!!!
      • Fun activities
      • Leadership Opportunities
      • Awards, scholarships, jobs
      • Check for $15.
    • FFA
      • If you want to move beyond the very basic level in the FFA, you must have an SAE.
      • It doesn’t have to be rocket science
      • If you:
        • mow lawns for your neighbors
        • have a part-time job
        • have a hobby
        • have an idea you want to try
        • You can record your hours and expenses as an SAE
    • Record Keeping
      • Making your SAE work requires record keeping and completing forms
      • Download form
      • Edit basic information
      • Upload form
      • Put in your folder