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Edenworks

Edenworks
Edenworks
236 Johnson Ave.
Brooklyn
NY
11206
http://www.edenworks.org/
(718) 521-5289
Jason Green
4-5x per week
The tilapia-filled fish tanks at the bottom of the system provide the water and nutrients for the layers of produce that grow on the stacks. The water is carried up to the top and is filtered through each stack with bacteria breaking down waste into fertilizer, feeding the plants in the process. The water is then cleaned as it moves through the beds and is pumped back into the fish tanks below.
12
2013
Food Tech, Urban Agriculture, Aquaponics
Edenworks is a vertical, stacked, indoor aquaponic farm in Brooklyn that produces plants and fish in a self-regulating indoor ecosystem.
“Edenworks, which is not profitable, has received $1.5 million in funding and intends to build a 10,000 square-foot vertical farm in a vacant Brooklyn warehouse, which is expected to open before year’s end. Mr. Green said it should produce 130,000 pounds of leafy greens and 50,000 pounds of fish annually.”
-NYTimes
Brooklyn
Local Food, Sustainable Food, Urban Agriculture, Aquaponics
For Profit
Yes, we do have social media (twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc…)
#aquaponics #indoorag #local #sustainable #agtech #food #aquaculture
#urbanagriculture #eatlocal #grow #brooklyn #cea

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