So, keeping the artistic theme from my plants post going, I’ve collected sources that illustrate the rich history of fish-based art and poetry.
Both Sue and Jeanie were members of a club that worked to support a local hospital, but when the hospital discontinued that club…
As an original resident of the far West, a recent transplant from the Pacific Coast, I was under a subconscious misapprehension about fish diversity…
Welcome to Aquarius Aquarium Institute’s new website! If you have visited us before, you may recall that our old website was, well, in need of updating to say the least.
Maybe you are wondering why I’m writing about plants for an aquarium blog; after all, aquariums are places you go to see animals, not plants.
Fish keepers are aware that their pets require specific conditions.
The nonprofit Aquarius Aquarium Institute is thankful for the ongoing support of Aqua Sports dive shop in Fresno as owner Mike Sahakian once again shares half of his booth space with our organization.
Aquarius Aquarium Institute Charter Members were the very first to see the engineered plans for the Phase One Fresno Aquarium basement at our annual free Charter Member dinner held on Sunday, September 30.
This summer, Aquarius Aquarium Institute worked with the Sanger Unified School District’s LEAP (Learning, Enrichment & Activities Programs) to tailor our Teaching Tidepools to accommodate more than 600 students participating in their summer program.
The Bureau of Reclamation and the California Department of Water Resources today released their Final Program Environmental Impact Statement/Report for the San Joaquin River Restoration. The joint document describes the direct, indirect and cumulative impacts of implementing the NRDC, et al., v. Rodgers, et al. Settlement that resolved more than 18 years of litigation related …