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Aquaponics sustains edible addictions
By Charmaine Ortega Getz
As a word, “aquaponics” was invented sometime in the 1970s, but as a practice it’s been around since ancient times among the Chinese, Aztecs and other cultures. While it may sound like an aquatic exercise class, the only things swimming in this case could be your dinner.
Aquaponics: A Waste-Free System to Feed the World?
Aquaculture is growing in popularity around the world, but the high density of waste created by fish farms poses an environmental threat. David Love, a project director at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, is trying to solve this problem through aquaponics -- the recycling of fish waste to feed vegetables growing on rafts.
Tilapia Spawning Aquaponics - YouTube
Tilapia will lay 300 to 1000 eggs a month! This Blows Rabbits out of the Water!
An Aquaponics Greenhouse Makes a Splash for Homesteading Education Month
Andre Armantrout sent us this wonderful update from a Homesteading Education Month event featuring aquaculture at Snowy Pine Ridge , outside Spokane, Wash.
Our MOTHER EARTH NEWS Homesteading Education Month open house for the Snowy Pines Ridge aquaponics greenhouse went really well.We opened our greenhouse doors for....
Build a vertical aquaponic veggie & fish farm for small yards & houses
Author:Engineering for Change(Engineering for Change)
Engineering for Change (E4C) is a forum to connect, collaborate, problem solve and share knowledge among a growing community of engineers, technologists, social scientists, NGOs, local governments and...
This low-cost vertical aquaponic system can grow leafy greens, herbs and raise fish for a small family year round, and it fits in a 5' by 3' space.
Bass, veggies developing in sustainable food aquaponics setup at Tates Creek High School
FoodChain's Becca Self (right) chose the healthiest seedlings for students to add to their sustainable food-production system. (Photos from FCPS)
Marine science students at Tates Creek High School are raising largemouth bass and growing vegetables without soil in a new three-level aquaponics station, which recycles water in a sustainable food-production model.
Aqua food future plan
HORTICULTURE growers headed to Shepparton for a lecture on aquaponics last week.
Aquaponics Network Australia director Geoff Wilson addressed farmers at William Orr TAFE about the latest technology.
Inner-City Aquaponics adding $80,000 catfish hatchery in Rossville
Walker County and city of Rossville leaders met on a drizzly Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 2, to celebrate the success and upcoming expansion of Inner-City Aquaponics, a modern urban farm venture which started up its pumps behind the old Rossville High School in May of this year.
New Roots Farm Tilapia Aquaponics Tour
Posted on October 10, 2012 at 10:32 pm
We’ll be getting some tasty little locally farmed tilapia from the Aqua Farm at IRC New Roots Farm in City Heights soon (located right on Fairmount Avenue at University.) We were their test restaurant last year for their first “crop” ever, so they offered them to us again this year! We’ll get deliveries every Friday for the next 4-6 weeks, so look out
Andy is working on building an aquaponics greenhouse, one step at a time. Here is a used hot tub he got in trade for an 18 pack of eggs.
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Aquaponics system benefits Vian Peace Center
Several onlookers viewed a small greenhouse, equipped with an aquaponics grow system, that was constructed by Vian resident Joshua Winn. Dignitaries with the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Cherokee Nation were also on hand to have a look at the system on Thursday.
The Vian Peace Center continues to be a much-needed fixture in the community — helping those that need it most in this tough economy with the primary service of distributing food to needy families...
Art Controller for Aquaponics
Posted on October 12, 2012 by Lenore
Logan wrote in to let us know how he is using our Art Controllers for his aquaponics project:
The system has two 140 gallon fish tanks and three 4×8 grow beds filled with grow stones.
Tates Creek students partner with FoodChain on aquaponics project
Posted on October 10, 2012
FoodChain's Becca Self (right) chose the healthiest seedlings for students to add to their sustainable food-production system.
Marine science students at Tates Creek High School are raising largemouth bass and growing vegetables without soil in a new three-level aquaponics station, which recycles water in a......
Choffin students among Ohio’s first to study aquaponics
October 11, 2012
By VIRGINIA SHANK - reporter (email@example.com) , Tribune Chronicle | TribToday.com
Some of the students in Youngstown City School District's new aquaponics program admitted that initially they weren't comfortable with the concept of eating their class project.
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