Friday 14 February 2014

CBC covers Aquaponics

Aquaponics a growing trend in urban agriculture

For most people, urban agriculture might mean a small vegetable garden in the backyard. But early adopters of aquaponics are taking things a step further, investing start-up costs of about $300 and using the food production system to grow vegetables and harvest fresh fish in their homes ... read more

Scott Weir started Growing Gardens in Calgary, an urban farm that uses Small Plot Intensive Agriculture (SPIN). (Growing Gardens)

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