Aquaculture Pond Construction

A few websites with nice information on Aquaculture and Permaculture Infographic: Aquaculture Pond Construction Use this visual diagram of an aquaculture pond to consider the best way to build your operation. By Rachael Brugger, Associate Web Editor; Illustration by Tom Kimball If done the right way, freshwater fish farming can be a great value-added opportunity […] Read more »

Aquaponics: Growing Fish & Vegetables Together

Nice article from   http://www.realfarmacy.com/introduction-aquaponics-growing-fish-vegetables-together/ you can never have to much info on aquaponics each is different so you can always pick up something new.       Introduction to Aquaponics: Growing Fish & Vegetables Together What if I told you that you could catch fish for dinner in your very own backyard? What if I told […] Read more »

Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World

One of many ways to put the masses under government control, reduce the food supply? In other words get your own food storage and be less dependent on the government. Mass Fish Deaths: Millions Have Been Found Dead All Over The World In The Past Month By Michael Snyder, on May 20th, 2014 Millions of […] Read more »

TILAPIA, PERFECT FOR AQUAPONIC SYSTEMS!

The number one issue in aquaponics is the uncontrolled reproduction of Tilapia in the system, which eventually leads to overcrowding and stunted growth. Additionally, if newborn fry somehow get in the grow trays they will start eating the roots of the plants relentlessly and will not stop until the plants are dead. Due to the […] Read more »

Best Animals for the Small Homestead

If one of your goals is self-sufficiency (or close to it) and you’re not a vegan, you’ll need a source of milk, eggs, and possibly meat. Even if you are a vegan, keeping animals on your homestead can provide you with natural fiber or wool to sell. Raising your own animals also gives you peace […] Read more »