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After shockingly low snowpack measurements in California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, California Governor Jerry Brown (D) announced strict water restrictions on businesses, residents, and farms. His executive order aims to curb water usage by 25...

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In March 2015, The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) published a Federal Register Notice calling for nominees for a new task force on aquaponics and hydroponics. This new task force will report to...

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On November 18th, Ohneka Farms, an urban farming design company based in New York City, released its most recent project on Indiegogo, a crowdfunding site for investors. The ambitious campaign looks to raise $75,000 for the ROOT: a...

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How Hydroponics Solves Dead Zones

July 22, 2014 | 1 Comments

One of the greatest threats to North American waterways and water bodies is , a process where nutrients from agricultural lands can create large increases of phytoplankton populations. This growth of phytoplankton in turn, sucks...

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