UFG Goes to INDIA Aquaponics

The Urban Farming Guys go to extreme east India to establish an aquaponic fish farming project at an Orphanage in Imphal. See what Happens. Share it! Come join the conversation on Facebook : http://on.fb.me/theUFGs and the Blog at http://TheUrbanFarmingGuys.com

9 Responses to “UFG Goes to INDIA Aquaponics”

  1. Bob says:

    So, how soon for the rest of the story?

    • Jason Fields says:

      part 2 is available by email, if you would like to put your email into the subscribe box in the upper right. or about a week from now it will post. thanks Bob!

  2. This was just greath,come to Cambodia and lett us make a scool so the the poor peopel can be proud,and and see that there is a way outh of the poornes.

  3. Hey there, I am a big believer in what you are doing. We are doing the same accept we feel helping our own is first priority. We are currently putting gardens in schools in south Phoenix, Az. Keep up the good work and happy new year!

  4. Awesome job you guys, any projects in Los Angeles area?

  5. Awesome job you guys, any projects in Los Angeles area?

  6. me oh my says:

    i would love a parts list of the origianal plan before you had to alter it. also on a personal note mission work is great. the last one i went on was four year ago. And even though i do not live in MO i was raised in Richmond MO. I will be coming home for a visit could we see your system.

  7. refeitz says:

    I’m interested in getting a copy of the 12 barrel aquaponics system you have on this video and a parts list of the system.
    I would like to construct my own system to

    any help would be appreciated

    refeitz @hotmail.com

  8. Kurt says:

    I’m very impresed with what you folks are doing the idea of growing your own food is awesome. I would love to get involved in some fashion. I live in Northern California. Please let me know if you have plans for a DIY event in the greater bay area. I am also involved with a mission, reaching out to help the less fortunate is rewarding for all. I am interested to build the system that was displayed in the Vedio. Looks like something that I could manage from my wheelchair. Keep up the good work. Blessings to all………….Kurt