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Just thought I would drop in and say "Hello" since I'm new to this site. I have a new place in East Texas where my friend and I are working to over winter some Tilapia and I'm trying to grow some fresh veggies to help keep the water healthy and keep me fed with something locally grown and healthy. Right now everything is setup in IBC "tanks" for a test run this winter but, if things go well this winter I'm planning on building some real tanks to possibly grow some fish for the retail trade in addition to my dinner table. Best Regards, Sid
My name is Martin and I would like to introduce myself and tell Aquaponics Nation members about the upcoming Texas Commercial Aquaponics and Solar Greenhouse Training Course from January 13 to January 17 at Sand Creek Farm and Dairy in Cameron, Texas. Sand Creek Farm has three commercial aquaponics systems along with a raw milk dairy, farmstead cheese house and a vegetable CSA that provide food to over 225 families in central Texas. For more information about the course, check out [REMOVED]. Our setup is based on the Friendly system and our tanks stock bluegill and tilapia. We produce mainly lettuce and asian greens for commercial wholesale and we have a fourth hoophouse that uses aquaponics water for tomatoes, peppers, and fruit trees as well our experiments, and a demonstration mini system.