The idea emerged ever since the first micro-computers were available for the public, micro-computers that can precisely monitor and control the growing environment.
Growing vegetables with the use of an automated aquaponic system allows us to monitor and control the environment.
By monitoring and controlling the environment we can create the best possible micro climate for optimum growth of any plant.
In 2013 the world population has reached 7 billion people. In many areas, there is not enough of food and drinkable water, which is a constantly growing global issue.
Global campaigns were created to support social awareness of this issue, “What IF” campaign a great example. “What IF there is enough food for everyone” on this planet.
Yes, we need to take our future into our own hands. Growing your own food is one of 5 Most Important Things You Can Do for the Environment
We use aquaponics to improve life’s in urban and rural communities by utilising traditional concepts, local materials and modern technologies.
Vision: To reduce disparities by addressing common basic needs using aquaponic technologies and systems through education, job creation and local food access.
- health and wellness
- creating jobs
Today with the use of technology we can grow food almost anywhere.