|Chester, Cheshire, United Kingdom
(projects i'm involved in)
Posted by Graham Wood over 7 years ago
Since 2015 I've been working with Urbanag CIC to develop methods for using Aquaponics in Permaculture.
URBANAG is a social enterprise registered as a Community Interest Company with a mission to promote the aims and objectives of urban agriculture (UA) within the United Kingdom as a mainstream contributor to the food supply.
Aquaponics, Aquaculture, Hydroponics, Aeroponics, and even Vertical Farming are emerging urban growing production technologies that do not use soil as a medium.
Via URBANAG we are promoting Aquaponics as a viable solution to be used in urban agriculture and the drive to localise food production.
A combination of fish and plant production using aquaculture and hydroponics systems, aquaponics is moving from the realm of experimental to commercial.
We as the URBANAG team can help you find out more about this production system and if it might be right for your backyard, garden, or farming operation.
The URBANAG team are members of the British Aquaponics Association CIC (BAQUA) a proactive UK based network focused on advancing the UK aquaponics sector.
The BAQUA members are connected through a belief that aquaponics – the combination of aquaculture and hydroponics in a closed loop, sustainable system – will play a vital role in the future of food production globally.
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|Type: Permaculture Design Certificate (PDC) course
|Teacher: Rod Everett
|Location: Middlewood UK
|Date: Aug 2014
|AET (Award in Education and Training)
|Type: Teacher Training
|Teacher: Arthur Neil : Cheshire Community Development Trust
|Location: Northwich UK
|Date: Apr 2015
|Teacher: John Smith : URBANAG CIC
|Location: Liverpool UK
|Date: Jan 2015
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