The food shortage in Switzerland caused the creation of unusual green aquaponic greenhouses on the roofs, one of which can provide four large families with fish, vegetables and fruits all year round.
During the year, students of the University of Belfast, together with the Biospheric Foundation in Salford, England, built a multi-level aquaponic system on the ruins of an abandoned mill. Their goal was to find out whether such a system could exist and be successfully used in ex-industrial areas.
It would seem that not so long ago, agriculture entered the era of its degeneration, thanks to the use of aqua and hydroponics for domestic food production. However, these technologies have already overtaken the changes that allowed them to join the modern Internet space.
Recently, the disused 35-pound bus in Salt Lake City has stopped driving around school routes. The new lease of life it acquired as a mobile urban farm, performing much more important educational tasks.
Farming has flourished in Seattle since the 1970s. The city was rightly considered a paradise for gardeners. With the advent of the modern Food Forest, the city has reached new heights, transforming into the unofficial capital of the American urban economy.
Many people are increasingly willing to farm or grow a garden under the window, but they do not even have an idea of where to start and who can learn to do this. A new Internet platform OpenFarm is called to open a fund of knowledge of experienced farmers to the beginners.