It is amazing how much innovation and out-of-the-box thinking is happening around aquaponics. From small apartment-sized setups to gigantic production facilities, people are constantly coming up with new ways to expand the field. Check out this article from Web Urbanist which showcases a Japanese firm and how it pushes the limits of aquaponics.
I was brought up to believe that dandelions are weeds and to be eradicated. They mess up the look of the boring, unnatural, monocrop we call lawns. We want our lawns to be unnaturally green, lush, and dense. We can’t have pretty yellow flowers dotting the landscape!
This is a great article from eatlocalgrown.com showing some love for the wrongfully accused.
Most people are gearing up their gardens and only thinking about spring. But summer is not that far off. With summer, come the ticks. We found a great article at ehow.com full of great ideas for putting ticks in their place!
For a while now, we have been trying to lead a healthier lifestyle based on a healthier diet. At first, we made the same assumption. Eating healthy is expensive. After research and trips to various stores, we discovered that we could fill our cart with healthier options with less or no chemicals, organic, holistic nutrition for about the same money. Sometimes it was even cheaper. This article is a great resource for those thinking they can’t afford to choose the healthier options.
We are seeing it more and more, young people being introduced to Aquaponics and sustainability. With a strong foundation in the basics, their young minds can come up with amazing innovations. It’s great to see schools like this one in Sudbury, taking it to the classroom.
Sage Garden Greenhouses in Winnipeg, Manitoba has some ideas on that.
Check them out on Facebook too!
It’s so nice to see young people embracing the potential of aquaponics and urban agriculture.
Check out this article at Louise’s Country Closet for the super easy instructions…