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The great expansion of 2016 is underway. We have a new 80 foot pond that the Fancy Chicken dug for us. This pond, once stocked with fish, will support 20 deep water culture (DWC) grow beds! Our prototype for DWC beds built without cinderblocks is being tested. This will make […]
The Fancy Chicken is our new farm partner. Solace International moved North. We wish them well. The Fancy Chicken has amazing all natural eggs and poultry. They are expanding the free range poultry permaculture operation on the farm at Hypoluxo and Lyons road in Lake Worth Florida. Fresh Table […]
Our objective in building the first Aquaponic Mini Farm (AMF1) is to proof test lowest capital cost aquaponic systems for 5-20 thousand square foot AMF installations. These will be located in urban and suburban environments. We are doing so at our first location in Palm Beach County. Testing low capital […]
We’re growing 2 delicious organic basil varieties and testing 1 of the heirloom and select organic lettuce varieties we have chosen from our seed suppliers. If you’re a restaurant, you can pre-order samples and request other varieties you may be looking at for your next seasonal menu.
Who likes a live fish-cam? Right? So soothing and intriguing… Have yours with real bubble sounds, or choose your own music! So there are some interesting choices when you’re going for live underwater streaming. We could go really cheap… a used but working cell modem and some IP webcams. We could even build all […]
Aquaponic Mini Farm #1 (AMF1), in Palm Beach County, is Fresh Table Farms’ first farm location. It is our goal at AMF1 to explore low capital cost construction for scalable aquaponic farming. We have a vision of hyperlocal farming grids made of AMF’s built on fallow land in urban and suburban locations with 5-15 year use […]
We are now within 90 days of full operational readiness on our first deep water culture bed and fish tank. We still expect to begin moving our first weekly batches of herbs and lettuces into the local produce market in late September. The reason it is taking a while is the […]
Of Fingerlings and Frye Feeding the fish videos Our Feature Video