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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

A Texas State student organization is building self-sufficient growing beds to help local high schools.
Entrepreneurial Action Us, or Enactus, builds and sells aquaponic systems to high schools as a part of its “Project Growth” undertaking. The outreach project assembles the aquaponics systems, which sustainably grow produce and raise fish. The group, formerly known as Students in Free Enterprise, sells the aquaponic systems to high school horticultural programs for $250 to use as learning tools. [MORE]


Aquaponic Gardening
First Aquaponics - Aquaponic Gardening
Filter canister, Media bed, and Raft for 55 gallon fish tank.



Backyard Aquaponics Made Easy – Article 1 – Sizing your Aquaponics System

Spring is in the air. Well, thoughts of spring are in the air and if you’re like many of our readers, SPRING MEANS STARTING GARDENS. With a Portable Farm, you can have a vegetable garden year round regardless of the [more]


Aquaponics Workshop Covers Farming Basics

Posted on January 16, 2013 by MidWeek Staff
A Mililani nursery will play host to an introductory workshop on aquaponics at 9 a.m. this Saturday, sponsored by the Malama Learning Center.

The program is offered at Mari’s Gardens, 94-415 Makapipipi St., and covers [MORE]


Port aquaponics enterprise taking root       
Wednesday, 16 January 2013 16:15 
Pat Wilborn searching for sustainable market for fish-fertilized produce
Pat Wilborn stood in his shirtsleeves Monday, surveying the greens growing around him in his Town of Port Washington aquaponics facility.
    Four types of lettuce were in various stages on.... [MORE]

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 Washington State Aquaponics 
Joe Martino
 posted Thursday, 17 January 2013 2:54:23 PM   0  
Hey People!
My name is Joe Martino. I am a student at the Evergreen State College and am involved in a project to build a passive solar greenhouse that would house an aquaponics system on campus. My goal is to examine the culture of Washington state food production, the number and state of WA AP projects both public and private, and the economical viability of these...[MORE]


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