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At the city farm called Growing Power, MacArthur Genius Will Allen shows how he successfully raises crops, even fish, to feed thousands on a small patch of ground in urban Milwaukee. Allen is pioneering the field of aquaponics, raising fish along with edible plants like watercress and basil in a symbiotic system. The fish waste fertilizes the plants while the plants restore oxygen to the water.
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I have always wondered how the female birds feel about their partners... I feel like the females need to do more work to impress their males! the color of their feathers, the layering, majestic strides!! Like darn boy!!!! But anyway, I guess they enjoy the spectacle from their feathers as the male work really hard for the not too pretty looking chics to "fall" for their mating dances ...with some resembling seizures! OK.. Well, that's that. This week, meet Phineas, an ornamental bird agri-preneur. Remember to like share and subscribe too.