Aquaponics a growing trend in urban agricultureFor 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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