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Tulip Buildng of Sweet Water a Showroom for Your Aquaponics Miniatures?

Dear All,

 

I would very much enjoy doing my best to introduce miniatures like Sylvia and others in this community have developed at an Aquaponics Miniature Show Room in the Great Hall of the Tulip Biulding at Sweet Water.

 

There are probably about 100 visitors per week to Sweet Water these days and I suspect the numbers will keep climbing,

especially since we've signed on with the City of Milwaukee to accelerate an eco-tourism project.  There is a highly gifted artisinal community in Milwaukee that would be able to install aquaponics miniatures in the Great Lakes Heartland regions.  A net enhanced aquaponics miniature initiative would enable us to test various approaches and open source our explorations of best aquaponics practice!

 

What say?


Why not?

 

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Comment by James J. Godsil on January 17, 2011 at 6:57pm
I'm hoping that groups of schools or faith communities might join together to study, tend, and harvest some of these systems.  And I'm hoping Milwaukee's forthcoming IBM Smart City award might find the participating groups offering collaboration distant learning platforms to people beyond Milwaukee can learn from what happens with these experimental systems.  Would be great to have different theories tested by different groups with quasi-experimental designs.
Comment by Sylvia Bernstein on January 16, 2011 at 10:31am
I think this is a great idea!  Let's talk more when I'm out there next week.
Comment by TCLynx on January 16, 2011 at 9:41am
I would like to participate but I generally feel the need to fill the niche for the family feeder size systems that take up a footprint of more like 180-256 Square feet (depending on layout) and have a fish tank of at least 300 gallons.

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