Aquaponic Gardening

A Community and Forum For Aquaponic Gardeners

Chris Schup
  • Richmond, VA
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Charlie wears it.

Charlie wears and shares his aquaponic tee from RootnRamble.com
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Rob wears it.

Rob of Rob's Backyard Farming & Aquaponics sports his Aquaponic Farming tee from RootnRamble.com
Mar 6
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The Aquaponic Farming tee • 100% combed and ring-spun cotton • RootnRamble.com
Feb 14
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GrowGrip and KickStarter

"I made a pledge. Good luck Rob!"
Jan 24, 2014
Chris Schup posted an event

LEARN TO BUILD YOUR OWN AQUAPONIC FARM at The GrowHaus

February 15, 2014 at 8am to February 23, 2014 at 4pm
 There is an urgency to shift how we live in the world. Growing and sharing healthy, clean food while conserving resources is one way many people are choosing to adjust to the changeover. In direct response, aquaponics, the raising of fish and plants in a recirculating system, is currently at the forefront of…See More
Jan 24, 2014
Chris Schup replied to Rob Torcellini's discussion Pictures of our Open house in the group Greenhouses
"Rockin the dome...way to go, Rob and Deb!"
Apr 23, 2013
Chris Schup commented on Jim Hall's photo
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"Adrian!"
Sep 22, 2012
Khmer Aquaponics left a comment for Chris Schup
"I am happy to know you. I just see your friend request. I'm sorry for late response."
Aug 8, 2012
Bill Moore and Chris Schup are now friends
Jun 6, 2012
Chris Schup joined Chris Smith's group
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Wicking bed growers

This group is dedicated to those who are interested and growing in wicking beds. Wicking beds in conjunction with aquaponics can enable us to grow just about every crop that cannot be grown in standard aquaponics. Lets discuss deign, operation and whatever aspect of wicking bed growing you can think of.See More
May 7, 2012
Chris Schup liked Raychel A Watkins's blog post EVERY DAY IS EARTH DAY
May 7, 2012
Chris Schup commented on Paul Wolf's photo
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"Nice IBC set up. Which plans did you follow and could you identify the cage in the back with the green base? Thanks."
Apr 26, 2012
Chris Schup replied to Sylvia Bernstein's discussion 5000th Member Contest
"RIGHT NOW. Did I win?"
Apr 7, 2012
Alton Ray Clark liked Chris Schup's photo
Mar 17, 2012
Chris Schup replied to Rob Torcellini's discussion In the News in the group Greenhouses
"Right on, Rob. I’ll bet many readers Googled “aquaponics” after that one."
Mar 12, 2012

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How did you find us?
a friend
Are you an aquaponic gardener already?
No
How old is your system?
Just started
Name a part of a fish (spam blocking question)
fin
Please tell us something else about yourself.
I'm Chris Schup, founder and designer of Root & Ramble, an apparel brand for people who grow stuff. I made the Aquaponic Farming T-shirt for your kind of life and adding sweat, algae or fish poop will only enhance its magical powers and make it infinitely more comfortable. Swing by the shop for a closer look: www.RootnRamble.com

Root & Ramble is a hybrid of my creative heart and my eco-conscious soul. It was inspired by my 25-year journey as an organic gardener. A journey that launched me into a headfirst, learn-by-doing approach to life as a farm volunteer, biodynamic practitioner, and student of aquaponics.

I am driven by unwavering curiosity and a desire to do good by this planet. I am one person trying to make a larger-than-one-person impact. And I am not alone.

The not-so-secret mission of Root & Ramble is to champion the hard-working people who grow and nurture things, and to inspire others to join the movement and change our world.

The way I see it, many of us are going in the same direction. At the end of every day, if we can say “today I was part of the solution,” then we’re doing all right.

I understand that Root & Ramble is a small part of the big picture. I make clothing and gear for aquaponic growers and other nurturers of the natural world. Unfortunately, t-shirts by themselves can’t do much. But on the right person, surrounded by a like-minded (and equally well-dressed) community...these shirts can make everything a little better.

If you want to be the first to hear about new products, killer deals and super-secret discounts, swing by the shop and sign up. I won’t share your address with anyone because that’s not cool.

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At 1:07am on July 10, 2012, Khmer Aquaponics said…

I am happy to know you. I just see your friend request. I'm sorry for late response.

At 5:32am on March 2, 2012, Wendy Robinson said…

Thanks Chris for adding me, We are all new to this, but we are trying to  go off the grid.We are just planing our System out but having a Tough time finding what i would like in Canada. But we have have a good idear on what we want to do, I cant wait to start it, but we are going to have to wait untill the weather is better, Our geodesic dome, is made up of 3/4 steel and we are going to heat shrink wrap the out side, we are planing on useing soler panels to help heat if needed, Then we are planing on useing stock tanks for the fish with floting gardens and vertical gardens.We are also planing on stocking the tanks with Talapia and Trout.

At 9:51pm on February 8, 2012, David Waite said…

Welcome to the addiction. Try not to lose to much sleep. Starting my 2nd year and cant wait.Looking forward to watching you progress.

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Why Fish Love Christmas Trees

Posted on December 29, 2011 at 3:33pm 1 Comment

Another great idea on how to recycle that dry, old Christmas tree. Drag it to the water's edge and create a fish habitat:

http://ning.it/tbxbfF

 
 
 

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