An showcase system in of the old slatherhouse area in the middle Gothenburg. Its build to prove the concept of aquaponic and a place to discuss sustainability and exchanges ideas. The system its self is a decuple aquaponic system and is able to produce 2tons fish per year. We are Read more [...]
Our new project is the Aquaponics Smallholding and Training Facility based in rural Cheshire as a community agriculture start-up project supported by UrbanAg. Our plan is to provide for the wider community:- — access to fresh ethically produced local foods; — agricultural smallholding related work experience; — practical training courses Read more [...]
The founders of Smart Greens UK, are passionate about fresh fruit and vegetables. They want the children and grandchildren of our friends and families to eat healthily. They want people in Oxfordshire, and maybe wider, to be able to choose to eat fresh produce that is grown locally and to know Read more [...]
The REcyclerie Urban Farm allows the creation of a biodiversity refuge in the dense neighborhood of Porte de Clignancourt. Nature is introduced on nearly 1000 m2 thus promoting the development of ecological corridors. The Farm respects the biodiversity of the Little Belt while participating in soil restoration within a former Read more [...]
At the Aqua4C fish farm in Kruishoutem everything is being done to grow sustainable fish. Together with the tomato farm located next to the fish farm, Aqua4C has set up a hot recirculation system to maintain ecological aquaculture.
An educational and research facility-The HbN ASG was designed to showcase available technology and methods of aquaponic growing. We provide educational and research facilities to schools, universities, public & private groups. We run 5-day, 2-day and 1-day courses, run by experienced scientists, technicians and Aquaponics growers. We also run tours Read more [...]
Urban Catch is a social enterprise that focuses on sustainability education and aquaponics growing in Glasgow. We work with schools, community groups, and companies to spread the use of aquaponics and educate on food security issues.
We are a Community Interest Company focusing on sustainable community development through the implementation of projects, provision of training and consultancy to individuals and organisations in the fields of sustainable agriculture and sustainable resource management. We develop and implement diverse projects, training courses and other activities, both independently and in Read more [...]
Bioaquafarm is the biggest integrated aquaponic trout farm in Europe and the first commercial farm of its kind in the UK started in 2012 after Antonio Paladino and Amanda Heron left London to follow their passion for creating premium quality and sustainably grown food and changing the way food is Read more [...]
Grow Bristol is a new urban farming enterprise developing innovative andÂ sustainable ways of growingÂ food in the city for the benefit of all its inhabitants andÂ the wider world. We are creatingÂ a new kind of market gardening with vegetable and fishÂ production in city spaces not normally suited to agriculture. Our aims are Read more [...]
Bristol Fish Project CIC is a community-supported aquaponics farm in Bristol. Aquaponics is the cultivation of fish and plants together in a constructed recirculating ecosystem utilising natural bacterial cycles to convert fish waste to plant nutrients. We think everyone should be able to access affordable, nutritious and good quality food Read more [...]