Intense food farming and sustainability

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PostFri Aug 16, 2013 1:07 pm » by Phoenix rising

Hey i know the world needs food but what have we become to allow such practices, how sustainable is our system, is there another way?... yes but lets remember corporations rule the day and for any poor person organic produce is to expensive, please watch both video's, the second one shows what can be achieved sustainably in a relativity small amount of space, considering we live in city's the food can be produced in the citys, to say we are underusing our resources is an understatement, grow space is everywhere

Milwaukee's Growing Power, a community-based urban food center, is using plants as natural water filters for raising yellow perch. Fred Binkowski, an aquaculture specialist with the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute, provides technical advice on the experimental effort.

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City food sustainability

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