Plants help us in many ways. In fact, it would be almost impossible for us to survive without plants. You don’t need to live in the country to be a farmer and to grow plants. There are many ways to grow plants in a city, outdoors or in an indoor environment. Planting...read more
Commercial Shrimp farming can be a profitable business and a way to produce high quality source of food. Infect, shrimp is a multi-million dollar industry in aquaculture. Anyone can make good money with a commercial shrimp farm because of the many advantages that...read more
So, you want to eat healthy? Why not grow your own healthy and tasty plants indoors? It’s the only healthy and inexpensive way to ensure that you’re eating fresh organic foods. Growing your own food is one of the best ways to eat healthy and tasty foods, right from...read more
Here is an ecolonomic idea. You can make some money while cleaning up this world. Recycling has many benefits that go beyond money! Here are 5 ways you can turn your trash into cash! It’s amazing how much garbage we create every day. There is trash in your kitchen, in...read more
Plants provide some of the healthiest form of nutrients for us. Don’t let the cold winter weather stop you from growing plants. Here are 5 plants you can grow anywhere at home. Home grown farm fresh foods have been gaining popularity around the United States recently...read more
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Marine Shrimp Production Facilities
Producing 700-1000 pounds of large Pacific White Shrimp for the Northern Colorado market on a weekly basis beginning in February 2011.
Community Scale Aquaponic Systems
4000 square foot greenhouse facility to produce herbs, lettuce, tomatoes and many other edible plants that are available on a year round basis
Sustainable Aquaculture Systems
Producing plants and fish for consumption in Northern Colorado in partnership with The Institute of Sustainable Aquaponics, LLC