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Aquaponics in Wisconsin - an ecological means to healthy food

A story of aquaponics in Wisconsin, what it is, and the diversity of farms and people using this method to raise fish and grow greens. People are starting aquaponic farms for diversity, growth, and sustainability, and they range from small community based, to family farms, to one of the largest in the largest in the country.

  • Roger F Bindl
  • Roger F Bindl
  • Nelson and Pade Aquaponics
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  • Clean Fresh Food
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  • Floating Gardens Aquaponics
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  • Superior Fresh Aquaponics
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  • The Farmory - Green Bay
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    17 minutes 3 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 28, 2019
  • Production Budget:
    500 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
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    United States
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Director Biography - Roger F Bindl

What can one say... I like to produce videos, but started with photography as a teenager, then pencil sketches in college, to taking art courses despite discouragement of engineering adviser, then buying a better SLR, merging into video and editing during days of DOS, while funding passion with technology jobs, which evolved into more video and animation that were tied into passion for drawing... and here we are today. :)

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Pulled into this story of aquaponics by sister-in-law and a community base urban farm with wild dreams of hatching perch. This was the result... a story from curiosity that took me around middle Wisconsin to learn about aquaponcis and diversity of farmers in Wisconsin - from small to perhaps the largest in the world, here in Wisconsin.