Imagine fresh, farm-raised fish and produce in just a fraction of the space and with only 5 percent of the water required in traditional farming. Imagine being able to grow any crops year-round, anywhere.
That’s what aquaponics is all about. FreshMinistries is establishing programs to build agribusiness incubators where education, hands-on training and production will take place using these revolutionary methods.
We seek to help churches and non-profits throughout the world to build highly productive farms and training centers as social enterprises and sources of fresh fish and produce. In October 2015, FreshMinistries received a $1.98 million federal grant to create an aquaponics training center in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
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If your organization is interested in a private tour of our Aquaponics Greenhouse, please email our Native Fresh Facility Manager, Matt Randall, HERE.
Native Fresh Community Tours take place every Friday from 10am-12pm.
Come stop by and see what's growing in our greenhouse!