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New Class Schedule for 2015

Welcome to the New Year! Green Phoenix Farms have been thinking lately about how many people we have met over the last 5 years and the amazing things that we have seen with Aquaponics. Though our schedule has been crazy with projects, we have been working hard to make sure that we have planned some time to make sure that all of our community members out there have access to the information that they need. To that end, we have…

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Urban Aquaponics in Fort Worth, TX

  This past Saturday, Green Phoenix Farms was happy to host a “Soft” Opening for a collaborative project with a local non-profit ministry, Feed By Grace. This project is a 2000 square foot Aquaponic Greenhouse that contains a 1500 gallon fish tank, 108 square feet of Media-based Grow Beds, 504 square feet of Deep-Water Culture (DWC or “Raft”) Troughs and 48 square feet of aquaponic Wicking Beds. The fish tank will ultimately house 200-300 pounds of Hybrid Striped Bass, the…

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Welcome to the NEW DOMAIN!!!

TA DA!!!! (Imagine a great big drum roll in the background…) Welcome to the new official home for Green Phoenix Farms on the great world wide web. Please update and change your book marks to reflect the new address. The old domain will have a redirect on it to get you here for the next few months, but eventually it will go away and retire to that wonderful place where all old and unnecessary domains go… Anyway, things are certainly…

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Charlie Price at TEDxWarwick

I ran across this video on one of my forums and thought that I had to share this with each of you! Charlie Price is one of the founders of AquaponicsUK – a group in England that is attempting to bring sustainable farming to urban England. By this video, I would have to say that I think he is well on his way to reaching that goal!  

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Aquaponic resources on the Web

Over the last year or so of lurking around the Web, I have found a number of resources for Aquaponics. Some are forum boards where the user communities are welcoming and inviting and hold a wealth of information. Others are the online locations for non-profit agencies who are working to shift the mindset of the general public to understand the importance of local food production — and the ease with which it can be had. What follows below is by…

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