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No New Posts www.bristolfish.org

The Bristol Fish Project is a small community supported urban aquaponic farm in Bristol UK, that grows, sells and distributes good food within the city. As we work, we are exploring and developing, the potential for economic viability in the field of community supported urban aquaponics.

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Last post by triggmat
in Aquaponics course
on June 19, 2013, 08:17:32 20:17

No New Posts www.theableproject.org.uk

The Wakefield ABLE Partnership Ltd is a not for profit company. It supports social inclusion by providing guidance, training and employment opportunities to disadvantaged young people and offenders through its core activities of sustainable local food production and regenerating a former landfill site. http://www.theableproject.org.uk/produce/aquaponics

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Last post by bioaquafarm
in Is this still on?
on January 21, 2013, 08:48:14 08:48

No New Posts Todmorden Aquaponics

Part of the "Increadible Edible Todmorden" http://www.incredible-edible-todmorden.co.uk/blogs/fish-farm-gets-green-light

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No New Posts www.moffatcan.org/

Moffat CAN was set up to provide local jobs, work experience and training within the green sector, particularly for those facing barriers to employment. To promote environmental and sustainability awareness and engagement throughout the community.Provide sustainable, low-carbon products and services, with an emphasis on reducing carbon footprints.

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No New Posts www.farmlondon.weebly.com/

We launched FARM: in 2010 to bring farming into the city. We are developing a network of shops and grow sites across the UK. FARM:shop Dalston is the start of this initiative.

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Last post by bioaquafarm
in Feedback on this project...
on January 21, 2013, 02:01:42 14:01