The documents attempt to expand the ability of aquaponics systems to assist people in developing countries to feed themselves sustainably. Aside from necessary initial start up imports such as seeds, fish, spirulina culture, etc. the goal is to create systems which can be constructed and repaired using locally available materials.
The primary intent of the published document is to help design sustainable high yield food growing systems for tropical and subtropical areas of the world where water is relatively scarce and electricity is not available. Urban aquaponic systems and third world systems where water is relatively abundant have been conceptualized previously. This model endeavors to assist people in areas of water scarcity. The documents are available for the public under a Creative Commons License and can be found at www.99percentmonkeys.com
“With the growing demand for organic food production, more and more people are looking at sustainable models that will produce a high yield without necessarily having to farm a large acreage,” said June Stoyer, Executive Producer of The Organic View Radio show.
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“The Organic View Radio Show” is a unique, live, interactive, internet talk-radio show that features key leaders, innovators and educators who work within industries that involve organics, environment, politics, living green and sustainability. Host, June Stoyer, explores the background and mission of each guest. Questions are taken by the audience via Twitter, Skype, Facebook and email. Callers are encouraged to call (917) 932-1068 to listen or ask questions. The complete archives are available at www.theorganicview.com/
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The Organic View Radio Show hosted by June Stoyer, is a unique, live, interactive, internet talk-radio show that features key leaders, innovators and educators who work within industries that involve organics, environment, politics and sustainability.