INMED Caribbean Commerical-Sized Aquaponics System

Our team at INMED Caribbean is making progress on two commercial-sized demonstration aquaponics systems at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education (CASE) in Jamaica. INMED Caribbean will use these systems to provide technical assistance and training to CASE staff, hold workshops for students and collaborate in the development of an accredited certification program in aquaponics farming at CASE. Learn more at https://inmedcaribbean.org. … Read the rest...

Competitive Brazil Movement Forum

INMED CEO Dr. Linda Pfeiffer presents aquaponics as a sustainable solution for health, education and income generation during a lecture at the Competitive Brazil Movement forum for newly elected government officials. With the support of private-public partners, INMED is introducing aquaponics to meet the socioeconomic goals of state and municipal managers. Since 2001, the Competitive Brazil Movement has promoted public-private partnerships to increase national competitiveness, strengthen states’ investment capacity and improve essential public services for all Brazilians. Learn more about our work in Brazil at https://paracriancas.org.… Read the rest...

Aquaponics in Peru

Our aquaponics system at the Bilingue Institute of Yarinacocha in Peru just produced a bumper crop of celery, so our team at INMED Andes organized a pop-up farmer’s market to sell this versatile vegetable for the school. Chocked full of vitamins and minerals, the humble celery offers numerous options for tickling your palate—from root to leaf:

1. Juice it to add a bright, vibrant flavor to a cucumber, kale and apple cocktail.

2. Pickle it for a crunchy addition to an antipasti platter.

3. Create a relish of chopped celery with blue cheese, herbs and olive oil or make a celery leaf pesto for a zesty complement to grilled or roasted chicken.… Read the rest...