Sustainable Aquaponics

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“Given the ecological and economic viability of aquaponics, food would be significantly more just if this unique form of aquaculture (aquaponics) became the future of floating protein”.  – Just Food,  by James E. McWilliams

 

 

Of all the […]

Sustainable Aquaponics2014-12-15T13:06:41-07:00

Aquaponics in Japan

This past Monday I returned home from a 10 day trip through Japan with my son. It was a high school graduation gift for him (in part to exercise his four years of Japanese language classes) and a birthday present for me (one of those big deal birthdays that end in a zero. Can you […]

Aquaponics in Japan2020-03-05T16:17:21-07:00

Aquaponics and World Water Day

World water Day logoA few weeks ago I was on Skype with Meg Stout going through some changes to the Aquaponics Association website. Meg asked me if I had ever heard of the United Nation’s World Water Day. No, I hadn’t. She said that […]

Aquaponics and World Water Day2012-01-30T12:17:11-07:00

Aquaponics Fish as an Efficient Source of Protein

aquaponics tilapiaI’ve been doing several radio interviews a week for the past few weeks to promote my new book, Aquaponic Gardening. Radio interviews are usually fun because they are essentially conversations with very personable people about my favorite subject! Most of the hosts have […]

Aquaponics Fish as an Efficient Source of Protein2014-12-15T13:08:02-07:00

Aquaponics, Safe Food, and Public Perception

In the past couple of weeks three events have transpired that all fall under the heading of food safety, aquaponics, and how the public perceives the two.

1) The E. coli outbreak in Europe highlights yet again the risks in our current food supply system. In an excerpt from an NYT article run June 6, […]

Aquaponics, Safe Food, and Public Perception2019-05-22T10:41:42-06:00

Aquaponics and Biomimicry

In the wine-infused post-dinner conversation with an out of town house guest this week, a rather profound statement was made. Our guest said “we need to quiet our cleverness” in response to some branch of our conversation. “Wow that is quite an interesting thing to say” was my response, or at least that is how […]

Aquaponics and Biomimicry2011-04-18T12:41:41-06:00

Aquaponics and the Evolution of Fresh

The Farmer’s Market has been a central human tradition through much of our history. Farmers and merchants bring their produce and wares to the town market square on market day and serve their neighbors, exchanging food for currency. In the middle of the last century the Green Revolution, the flight to suburbia, and our new […]

Aquaponics and the Evolution of Fresh2011-04-11T12:42:06-06:00

Aquaponics Inspiration: Charlie Price at TEDx

Have you ever seen a video that so blew you away that when it ended your mind started racing to figure out how to share it with the most number of people possible? I just had that experience this morning, so after sharing this video with the community site, Facebook, and Twitter, I am now […]

Aquaponics Inspiration: Charlie Price at TEDx2020-03-23T16:05:58-06:00