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Berlin, Germany – First commercial aquaponics farm offering fish and vegetables has opened its doors.

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Berliner Start-Up ECF (photo: Maximilian Grosser)

Just a few days ago, he put 2,000 tilapia in the tanks.

DW
March 2015

The first commercial aquaponics farm offering fish and vegetables has opened its doors in Berlin. The small farm could be part of a bigger picture, as the world looks for sustainable ways to feed the world.

Tucked away behind a furniture store, a hardware store and a post office, you’ll find what could be the future of urban farming: What once was a brewery in Berlin has been turned into a creative hub for artists, startups – and a city farm.

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March 30, 2015   Comments Off on Berlin, Germany – First commercial aquaponics farm offering fish and vegetables has opened its doors.

GroCycle Online Course Will Bring Network of Mushroom Growers

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Step-by-step instructions to turn anyone into a used coffee ground mushroom farmer

We decided to bring this ultra eco-friendly idea to the rest of the world with our GroCycle Online course. People from 15 countries have already joined us. It’s the first DIY program that gives step-by-step instructions to turn anyone into a used coffee ground mushroom farmer! We recently rolled out our Kickstarter campaign and received an amazing response from all over the world.

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March 30, 2015   Comments Off on GroCycle Online Course Will Bring Network of Mushroom Growers