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In what could be a watershed moment for Chicago’s urban farming movement, local business owners say the city’s Department of Business Affairs has agreed to award business licenses to aquaponic farming companies within the city limits for the first time. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodAquaponic Farm with Fish & Vegetables at a Former Meat Packing Factory at Plant ChicagoUrban Gardening: Window Farms and Aquaponic GardeningLocal produce for London’s restaurants from GrowUp Urban Farms, United Kingdom (English)How Vertical Farms Bring Fresh Food To Booming CitiesFood System Design, a brilliant example: The Plant, Chicago | Francesca Zampollo

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  • saisonqwerty 7 months ago

    The city of Chicago doesn't have any regultions on the books yet with regards to Aquaponics? BRAINFLASH! Don'T Regulate!! Let productive people make an honest living without government Bureaucrats (read leeches) getting in the way! Isn't that good for the economy? Productive people make money, pay taxes, spend more in turn because they have money, lower the cost of healthy organic food by providing more supply for a given amount of demand, a win-win situation for everybody. Government Bureaucrats just won't have it. And they call the US the land of the free …..

  • Lani Nabote 7 months ago

    I've written down the step-by-step Do-it-yourself aquaponics system that every novice can simply follow.

  • Ngo Nguyet 7 months ago

    You actually can build your backyard that will not need weeding, tilling or cultivating, the spreading of fertilizer or garden compost, and no watering or irrigating; all when your vegetables yield up to 10x the amount of vegetables than plants from a dirt garden.