Apparently People Now Cram Farms Into Shipping Containers. Hoping to address increased demand for locally grown food in urban environments, French designer Damien Chivialle has masterminded Urban Food Units, compact food-growing...
Japan Aquaponics's insight:
This is a bit of an old story, but an interesting one none-the-less. The cost of these systems is currently prohibitive... but if the costs could be brought down then these could be an interesting solution for urban areas.
Will Allen and Growing Power in Milwaukee, WI are pioneering the use of aquaponics in inner city areas to help regrow an interest in food sustainability and to ensure fresh food produce for those who may not otherwise be able to afford it. This video is well worth checking out.
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