DENVER (CBS4) – Some believe it’s the future of farming because it uses only a fraction of the water.  “The fish waste provides the nutrients to the plants,” explained J.D. Sawyer, owner of Colorado Aquaponics.  Sawyer and his wife Tawnya have created a system of grow beds and holding tanks where fish and garden greens thrive in a symbiotic relationship. “They grow much faster,” Tawnya said as she admired a tray of basil. Check out the article below: