U.N. Features “Texas Farm Girl” Aquaculture Book

“Texas Farm Girl: Aquaculture Farming” is now for sale at the United Nation’s bookstore at its New York headquarters. The one-of-a-kind children’s book features Global Blue Technologies unique approach to bio-secure, recirculating aquaculture system.

Rebecca Crownover, executive director of the International Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources (IFCNR) and Chairman of Board of Directors of Mari Signum Ltd. attended “The Oceans Conference” at the UN complex June 5-9th. The Oceans Conference is a gathering of world delegates focused on the conservation and sustainable development of the oceans, seas, and marine resources.

While at the UN conference, Ms. Crownover introduced the latest edition of the Texas Farm Girl children’s book series to world experts concerned with the conservation and sustainability of all aspects of the planet’s oceans. Among them are the Hon. Jose Maria Figueres, former President of Costa Rica; key policy officials from Iceland, Senegal, and Curacao; as well as one of the most celebrated young marine scientists Grace Young.

The UN bookstore staff seized on the fact that Ms. Crownover’s book is not only the first but also the only book aimed at educating very young children about the existence and importance of aquaculture. “Texas Farm Girl: Aquaculture Farming” is now a featured offering on the store’s shelves.