Christopher Good

Director of Research, Freshwater Institute


chrisChris Good is the Director of Research for the Freshwater Institute. His focus is on developing and overseeing the institute’s aquaculture research programs, producing peer-reviewed publications, presenting research findings at international scientific conferences, and interacting with key industry, government, and non-profit stakeholders. Since 2007, Chris has worked as an aquatic veterinarian focusing on the performance, health and welfare of production and research fish in recirculating aquaculture systems, as well as providing aquatic health and epidemiology services for off-site stakeholders. He is a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and holds a Ph.D. in Aquatic Epidemiology from Ontario Veterinary College. Chris is also a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Preventative Medicine and a Certified Aquatic Veterinarian with the World Aquatic Veterinary Medical Association.



Contact: cgood@conservationfund.org   Phone: 304-870-2279   Office: Freshwater Institute, National Headquarters (WV)

Projects

CtrlAQUA Research Center and The Freshwater Institute

CtrlAQUA Research Center and The Freshwater Institute

The Conservation Fund’s Freshwater Institute, a recognized expert in the technology and design of aquaculture systems, is participating in...
Supporting Sustainable Fish Farming with Marine Harvest

Supporting Sustainable Fish Farming with Marine Harvest

For three decades, The Freshwater Institute has conducted research to develop and improve technologies that make fish cultivation a...
Pacific Salmon Restoration Program Planning

Pacific Salmon Restoration Program Planning

The Chelan County Public Utility District (PUD) rears Pacific salmon and steelhead associated with the Upper Columbia River as...
Land-Based Closed-Containment Aquaculture with the Atlantic Salmon Federation

Land-Based Closed-Containment Aquaculture with the Atlantic Salmon Federation

In 2011 two conservation organizations came to the same understanding, an idea formed probably while fishing where the best...
Improving the Sustainability of Land-Based Closed-Containment Systems

Improving the Sustainability of Land-Based Closed-Containment Systems

Research at The Freshwater Institute focuses on developing and improving technologies to enhance the sustainability of the modern fish...
Fish Hatchery Water Reuse Evaluation – Chelan County, WA

Fish Hatchery Water Reuse Evaluation – Chelan County, WA

The Chelan County Public Utility District (PUD) in Washington State produces over four million juvenile anadromous and resident Pacific...
Development of Sustainable Land-Based Aquaculture Production Systems

Development of Sustainable Land-Based Aquaculture Production Systems

A Cooperative Agreement funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service. Downloadable case study — PDF  Challenge U.S. consumers...