Joe Ferdenzi, past president of Greater City Aquarium Society, will share his top-secret easy-to-use water changing system. Joe has kept tropical fish for over four decades, and during this time has done extensive writing, breeding, showing, speaking, and judging. Renowned for his breeding expertise, Joe has had numerous successful “first-time-ever” breedings and is among the top breeders in his home club, the Greater City Aquarium Society. Showing his fish across the region, he has won an abundance of awards, trophies, and ribbons, which include many Best of Show and Reserve of Show. Joe served an unprecedented 19 years as President of the Greater City Aquarium Society in Queens, NY, is a Life Member of both the American Killifish Association and the American Cichlid Association. He is also member of the Long Island Killifish Association, and both the ACA CARES and GCAS CARES Programs.
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Don't forget, odd months mean we have a bowl show. Be sure to bring your fish.
Directions: West onto South Drive off of Nicolls Road (County Rd 97). At the light, make a right onto Marburger Drive and then make the next right (the street has no name but there are signs indicating that you are near the Marine Sciences buildings). Follow the road all the way to the back and you will see three buildings - Discovery, Challenger and Endeavour – the last one is Endeavour Hall. For more information, see this map on the SUNY Stony Brook website (a zoomed portion is shown below).