Here’s a video update for the Calvary Chapel Aquaponics facility on Oct. 3rd, 2010.
The fish are thriving, and continue to multiply in great numbers. We’re consistently moving the fish up our crude grading system as they grow, allowing space in our sumps for the new hatchlings to get a well protected start. Once the fish can eat an entire pellet of food, the growth seems exponential. The plants are also thriving on account of all of that ready-made nutrient brought right to the rootbase by our flood and drain irrigation setup. Things are really cranking!
I leave on wednesday morning for Uganda to look at 3 potential sites to apply an aquaponic approach to food generation. I don’t know how often I will be able make updates over the course of the next 3 weeks, but I plan on cueing a few automated posts for when I’m gone. Please continue to check back for updates, and pass on our site to anyone that might be interested in this type of aid work. Also, please pray for safe travels for our team, and also pray that we are met with great opportunities to bring blessings to the people of Uganda through this wonderful form of food production!
To God be the glory.
Thanks for tuning in……until next time,