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Turn your Trash into Cash -Environmental Business!

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...

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5 Edible Plants to Grow Indoors this Winter

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...

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5 Plants that Fight Disease – Grow Your Own at Home!

Healthy foods can boost your health, boost your immune system and fight diseases including cancer! Here are 5 plants that you can easily grow at home, in your backyard garden or indoors with container gardening!     Plants have known to have healing properties...

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Design Your First Backyard Aquaponic Fish Farm

If you want to design and build an aquaponic system at home but don’t have much experience, we have a few great tips for you. If you are an absolute beginner, this is a great place to start! Fish is a wonderful creature that has many uses. And you know what the best...

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Best Vegetables to Grow – Tips by Months

Growing vegetables in your backyard garden or kitchen garden or even grow an indoor garden in containers allows you to eat fresh all year round. Below we have some tips for you to help grow vegetables all year round.   January A New Year starts with January, and it’s...

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About Us

The Institute of Ecolonomics, LLC (IOE) is committed to discovering and furthering the most sensible green innovations. Founded by the deceased actor, Dennis Weaver, in 1993, we work with ecopreneurs that are striving to make the planet better.

Dennis used to say in his cowboy sort of way – “We’ve spent billions of dollars and thousands of years messin’ the planet up, now we need to show people how to make it better and make a little money too.” Through applied research and a thorough vetting process, our objective is to cultivate as many validated businesses into the market as possible.

Prior to receiving our endorsement, each endorsed entity will have received the Ecolonomic Seal of Approval. This Seal assists businesses and consumers with confidence, providing education and knowledge on the benefits of each technological advancement available. Each company endorsed by the Institute of Ecolonomics is considered a Partner.

Some entities are new and informal, while others are seasoned, attempting to generate a broader awareness in the public. Often times, younger entities are seeking capital to assist with their start-up or infancy stage. The Institute of Ecolonomics works closely with various investors who provide consideration for those projects having received the Seal of Approval.

Our role is to independently inform the consumer of the reasons each company has received the Ecolonomic Seal of Approval, providing the outcome of our research and benefits offered. Typically, the results are staggering. At this point, we simply provide a link to our partners, the subject experts.

Regardless, the Institute of Ecolonomics is heralded as the trusted source for promoting the major contributors who are bolstering our economy and simultaneously protecting our planet. Should you be aware of any organization or project that may be of interest to the Institute of Ecolonomics, please be sure to tell us about them.

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Recent Projects

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

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