Hydroponics/Aquaponics: The Future of Food Production is Now

US (NM): BioPonics Institute to host 3 day seminar on local food production

Bioponics Institute of Santa Fe starts it 3-day intensive seminar to demonstrate how technology and food production can provide 100% organic food for family, animals and community. It provides an in-depth view of the industry; current technology (hydroponics, aquaponics, animal fodder); a review of local and global food security and purity issues; the major environmental and natural resource eco-savings; health benefits of growing and eating local sourced food; and the business facts and figures relative to production and distribution in the organic food market today.

Established in Santa Fe, NM, BpI is a green business in the hydroponic/aquaponic food growth industry and 'real food' advocate promoting locally grown organic food for everyone. Through personal training and establishment of local hydroponic facilities and businesses BpI develops an area's hydroponic organic food source thereby effecting that area's sustainability.

"Global food security and purity starts locally." says Bioponics Institute founder John Eric Scholz, "This emerging national network of hydroponic/aquaponic producers will provide 100% organic produce and animal fodder to the locales they serve."

Presenters for the series include: Eric Highfield, MA Environmental Science, Aquaponics, Hydroponics, Aquaculture and teacher of Bioponics Greenhouse Management course and John Eric Scholz, Founder, Managing Officer, Bioponics Institute. Special guest speaker to be announced.

August 9-11, 2013, Santa Fe, New Mexico: General admission is $370. Tickets are $395 at the door and veteran and student, $295.

 For more information: http://bioponicsinstitute.com/seminar-august2013

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