Building a Sustainable Society – Urban Aquaculture

November 27, 2010

Having visited Growing Power in Milwaukee this past summer while my son interned there, I’ve been sensitized to the exploding number of experiments in food systems designed for a future that is energy efficient, climate constrained, yet healthier, happier, and more prosperous.
Watch for more experiments like this one – if you see something in your area, let me know.

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2 Responses to “Building a Sustainable Society – Urban Aquaculture”

  1. otter17 Says:

    There are Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) groups in my area (Pittsburgh). But this is something that could bring food even closer to the consumer, while still maintaining the quality of a family farm. I would love to have one of these in my community. It would be awesome to be able to visit the place where my food is grown. Most people nowadays have no idea where their food comes from, let alone what ingredients are in it. I would totally donate money and effort towards this.

  2. […] and methodology developed by nature over more than three billion years, such as aquaculture (see Peter Sinclair’s post on this also) and finding productive uses for waste – thereby turning a linear process system into a loop […]

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