US (TX): An aquaponic farm warehouse soon to be launched in Brownsville

Grow Brownsville is a unique new project designed to bring locally grown food to underserved communities by way of aquaponic farming. This can be done anywhere, providing fresh local food that is free of pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers.

Set to launch in May, the Grow Brownsville aquaponic farming project is a shared vision of co-founders Jill Mellovin, brothers Frank and Alexis Mena, and Brittany Markowitz. It first took shape in 2017, when Brittany and Jill met Alexis while he was working on a different project for ARTs East NY.

Jill and Brittany mentioned the idea for an aquaponic farm to Alexis and the ideal space to hold it in Brownsville, and Alexis was immediately on board. 

“My brother called me and said, ‘Hey, these two girls talked to me about having a warehouse, and I need your help!” Frank laughs, as he recalls the urgency in his brother’s voice.

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