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I tried to ignore the month-old “Stanford study.” I really did. It made so little sense that I thought it would have little impact.
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Thanks for any insight you can provide!
Hi Jesse Thanks for asking to be friends. Please check out our Branson Aquaponic Garden and Educational Center plan for Branson Missouri. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Branson-Aquaponic-Gardens-and-Educational-Center/340566219310083
Jesse, thanks for the invite. Looking forward to following your discussions.
Hey man! Its been awhile. I sent you a quick message through your website the other day, not sure if you got it or not. Ive been really busy running the mushroom farm, and im sure youve been busy too. Id love to get updated on new things youve done. We should really meet up soon. Message or email me,
Their is much going on we are working hard to open our first Urban Farm in Rotterdam (target 20 locations in 5 cities in 5 year) Great, but a very bumpy road that took 2,5 years. The Netherlands is a bit more difficult to get things done in the states. The quality of your produce have to be from a high quality, prices are low, reculations are very strikt etc etc. (and employees get more money)
But as I said we are going to start and that is a great feeling.
Our fist location will be including field crop in selfcreated, soffruit in semi-hydro, doublegoal chicken and Aquaponics. Selling threw baskets, restaurants and our own retail and restaurant. The money is fixed and the builders are starting on the location. in november we have our first jobintervieuws .
to see some pictures go to www.uitjeeigenstad.nl / www.fromyourowntown.com
How are you and moly doing I see that you have start your own Aquaponics business.
A nice thing to know is that we work with charlie and a dutch aquaculture organisation on a new AP system wher we can work with different tempatures (fish/plan) and different flows. to get a more ideal environment for the llettuce / herb that are our main focus (fish is hard to sell over here)
Great times. Next week works for us, hopefully you got one of our numbers in Florida but if not just email firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll figure out the details. See ya soon.
Hey Jesse, quick question, what was the size of the building Sweet Water started in? (sqft). Also, how much fishtank would you say you started with(gallons)?
My name is Rick Garcia i'm from Denver, I was checking out your page and saw a picture of Emanuelle. I met him at Growing Power during the CUA workshops, he took us to Sweetwater. Cool real cool. Im working on small home size systems, of course everyplace has its challenges, but with much collaboration with folks like JD Sawyer and others in our area we are working towards making this a viable means of food production in our area. I am also looking at the larger more established producers such as SweetWater, Growing Power and Friendly Aquaponics as model of what we can become.
Your input and advice can go along way.
The Urban Farm
pass this on to Emanuelle too Right on
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