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Something and Son: Rooftop Aquaculture, More Sustainable Fish and Chips

September 10th, 2014 | by Jo Borrás

Green roofs and rooftop farming are some of the latest buzzwords of green architecture, but the guys behind Something and Son in Folkestone, England are taking it a step further. They’ve set up an advanced aquaponic system on the roof of their building, and they’re using the fish to help raise potatoes. In other words: it’s a fish and chips restaurant


Q&A with Sylvia Bernstein, Author of “Aquaponic Gardening”

November 26th, 2011 | by Jennifer Kaplan

Aquaponics is not the answer to all of America’s future food supply and environmental issues. Grains and root crops, for example, will probably always be most efficiently grown in the soil. But for above ground, vegetative crops and animal protein, there simply isn’t a better growing technique for our country’s future food security



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