True Blue Aquaponics

True Blue Aquaponics featured in Crosscut News:
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Aquaponics holds the key to a future of abundance. A future where eating fresh, healthy, and local food is the norm and not the exception. We at True Blue are here to make that happen.

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By bringing food production into the heart of our cities and closer to our homes we can profoundly empower men and women across the globe while also helping to heal our planet. Our vision at True Blue is to lead the aquaponics revolution into new and unexplored territories and to push the boundaries of what is possible. Through research, design, and education we are helping to create aquaponics systems that will revitalize cities around our planet.

 What We Do:

True Blue offers all those in Seattle and the Northwest access to custom built Aquaponics Systems and unique classes and workshops that reveal the inner-workings of aquaponic food production.

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 Our mission is twofold:

  • First, to design and distribute home and backyard scale aquaponic systems that bring individuals, families, and communities within arms reach of the food they eat. We see this decentralized method of food production as a direct challenge and a resilient alternative to the many rigid and outdated methods of our modern agricultural machine.
  • Second, we wish to educate and spread the word about this potent technology and help sow the seeds for a future of food abundance. Through our engaging courses and workshops we reveal the inner-workings of an aquaponic garden and help open the gateway to growing fresh, local and nutritious food!

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2 thoughts on “True Blue Aquaponics

  1. Hello
    My daughter is in 4th grade. She is interested in doing a science fair project about aquaponics. Would you be able to answer some questions and help us get started? Would your classes be appropriate for a 10 year old?
    Thanks,
    Stacy Lappin

    • Hello Stacy, I would be happy to answer any questions you have. The class may be a little dense for a 10 year old- perhaps you could come to one first and see if it might be helpful for Stacy to join a later class . I am hoping to teach a class on Sunday 1/19 but will make sure to email your once I have a date pegged down.

      Happy New Year,

      Alex

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