Pittsburgh-based SEED Aquaponics is part of a movement to make community agriculture even more eco-friendly.
Colleen Beck started the company two years ago after spending time in Thailand researching sustainability and aquaponics systems…
…When Beck returned from her research trip to Thailand and established SEED Aquaponics, the team built an aquaponic demonstration system at Garfield Healcrest Urban Farms which produces vegetables and herbs year long in the greenhouse. Then SEED constructed a system for an NGO in Slippery Rock.
Source: Next Pittsburgh