Dr. Dickson Despommier, known for being the father of modern day vertical farming, has been busy promoting vertical farms (and his book, The Vertical Farm) this month. Interested in learning more, but only have a minute or two to spare?
As of yesterday, I started building my second Aquaponics System using most of the available components at the farm. I try to reuse as much as possible. Most of the stuff come from left over from the closed store or not being ...
The Canberra Times Pushing the boundaries of self-sustenance The Canberra Times The unassuming block in suburban southern Canberra is also home to a sophisticated aquaponic system which uses the same 4000 litres of water to feed the plants and then...
DesignBuild Source - Canada Urban Gardens a Green Alternative to Derelict Lots DesignBuild Source - Canada The recent housing bubble collapse hardly marks the first time cities have moved toward urban gardening.
I love coming across ideas that inspire new ideas. These urban garden plant modules made simply from hoses, fiber-cloth and fertilized soil seem to me to have all the potential loop-de-loop design interest of a hose laid with flourish (and in.
Erika D. Smith: School projects teach students self-reliance Indianapolis Star Using contacts in the Near Northside community, KI EcoCenter found a carpenter to help build a room for aquaponics inside the old Double 8 warehouse.
Aquaculture And Aquaponics How To Resources. With a combination of hydroponics and aquaculture, a new method of farming is emerging. Aquaculture involves the raising of fish in artificial environments including man ...
International Aquaponics Conference: Aquaponics and Global Food Security June 19-21, 2013, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point The International Aquaponics Conference: Aquaponics and Global Food Security will bring together individuals having and wanting to have an impact on food quality, security and sustainability using aquaponic methods. Industry experts will share experience and knowledge in a fun and informative conference setting, providing participants a wealth of information on the rapidly growing aquaponics industry. Read more....
A vertical farming and fish growing project at Wellington Secondary School is expanding. Students recently learned the school will receive about $2,700 through World Wildlife Federation Canada’s Green Community School Grants program to add more green wall space and another fish tank to the school’s already blossoming project in its inner courtyard.
Vertical Gardening. ... I saw this vertical garden created with old bed springs at the Tucson Botanical Garden. It knocked me out it was such a cool idea. I know it's not everyone's taste, but I think it is fabulous.
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