Learn the fascinating science, history, and sustainability traits of aquaponics - a unique agricultural method - in this 3-part class
Aquaponics is a closed-loop approach to sustainable agriculture in which fish, microbes, and plants form a mutually beneficial ecosystem. In this extensive 3-part class, you'll gain a detailed overview from Yemi Amu, Founder of Oko Farms - NYC's largest outdoor aquaponics farm & education center.
As each class focuses on a different element of aquaponics, you can sign up for all three or just one by clicking the link below.
This class is a recommended starting place for beginners. We will examine the science behind aquaponics, diving into questions such as:
What considerations need to be taken into account to ensure a healthy operation?
How does each living organism survive and add value to the larger ecosystem?
How does the nutrient cycle work?
How is balance achieved?
You'll learn all this and more, from the comforts of Agritecture HQ - a hub for urban agriculture entrepreneurship. Coffee/tea will be served.