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urban farm hydroponics Support this Project on Kickstarter: We use the Most Sustainable form of Agriculture on the Planet – Join us in Growing Organic Foods with Fewer Resources. Overview: This project is all about forward motion and improvement! Our mission is simple: to practice agriculture in the most wholesome ways – nurturing the lands that we ask to feed us while developing Aquaponics. We are not only certified Organic but practice the most sustainable farming methods known today. The Farming Fish is a leader in the growing field of commercial Aquaponics. With a one quarter acre greenhouse, we are the largest organic aquaponics farm in the US. Our farm is pretty amazing, we’re showing every day, bringing Organic Aquaponic food to market, that resources can be better utilized and preserved for future generations. We grow a variety of leafy vegetables and superfoods, most sold living for highest nutritional value and shelf life, and the most sustainable seafood products out there. These upgrades will ensure our continued production and allow us to keep the climate controls necessary for consistently. The aquaponic system is currently set up to yield over 7,200 cases of greens and 12,000 pounds of fish per year. Over the past three years we have learned a great deal and are ready to instituted upgrades and improvements to operate even more efficiently in all four seasons. Using double layer poly to re-cover the greenhouse will give us the added insulation we need in the winter months. With the added insulation value a cooling and heating system can most efficiently keep the climate controls for ideal growing stable through all seasons. And what better place than Southern Oregon to propel sustainable agriculture, this vibrant farming community is brimming with farms making full use of best farming practices; and […]

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  • Shadow Death 1 year ago

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  • Joseph Yacoe 1 year ago

    I admire what you're doing with aquaponics but I'm wondering why you need to raise money when aquaponics is supposed to be such a profitable business.

  • mohd junaid 1 year ago

    please contact me I want this business in India to save resources . 7503242212

  • Songsak Sermsukskulchai 1 year ago


  • Lester Hersh 1 year ago

    what city in Oregon , what did the green house cost to build

  • Dan Murphy 1 year ago

    YUCK! look at that water quality. Had me some store bought farm raised tilapia the other night… YUCK! you could taste the dirty water…..

  • Peter Griffin 1 year ago

    Nice farm! I don't agree with the term 'superfood' though, it's just food.

  • Kevin Vervaecke 1 year ago

    Gmo free??? You know that almost all modern farm plants are gmo`s right?
    Man has been engineering plants and animals to suit certain needs for millenia.

  • Eloise Buckley 1 year ago

    Creating aquaponics seems like complicated, specially when you have no idea about how to, but it's not.

  • choirul anam 1 year ago

    in indonesia this is called mina tani. mina tani is one of the farmer system in indonesia

  • Scott Weinberg 1 year ago

    Now I see there was comments less than a year, just not in order.. would love to hear if things are still going "sustainable way"

  • Scott Weinberg 1 year ago

    This is a couple of years old…with the newest comment – 1 year old. If this was sustainable- wouldn't the profits pay for the upgrades? with nothing being said in the last year, does that mean this is another dead end deal?

  • rohan sarkar 1 year ago

    hey I am a business guy.I want to open in india can any one help.I am seriously interested.

  • The Unksters of The World 1 year ago

    oregon? i live in eugene!!

  • Darrell Roberton 1 year ago

    In order to rate your produce as a superfood it not only has to be organic but also be high in trace minerals, with at least the 60 essential. I have been gardening organic for many years, I also had a small aquaponic system for my herbs and some greens. I've moved to Bolivia now and have found a perfect place for a large aquaponic system. My question is, how do you supply your plant with enough minerals to rate the produce as a superfood. My produce in Montana was very high in minerals and I know how to do it in a no till system. In all my research this matter has not been adequately been addressed. please help.

  • The Blue Farmer 1 year ago

    I would like to see more info on those tanks. Is it just welded wire with a liner?

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