Why is the Department of Ag not certifying Aquaponically/Other alternative grown produce & methods?
Is it true that the department of Agriculture does not certify aquaponically grown or other alternative grown produce and methods as organic ?
On my podcast, I conducted an interview with Charles, an Aquaponics Farmer and Owner of a non-profit community resource that believes “Everyone deserves a healthy meal”. Here he asks why the Department Of Agriculture does not certify aquaponically grown or other alternative grown produce and methods as organic ?
Charles is the owner of Abundant Harvest – a community resource for locally-sourced organic produce and sustainable food production systems located in Colorado Springs, Colorado. They provide the community with completely natural produce and fish, available for purchase and donation.
They began as a community garden and flourished into an aquaponics farm and education center. Producing thousands of pounds of organic, nutritious, high-quality vegetables and produce to needy families and feeder organizations (50% donation) and (the other 50%) sell to restaurants, retail and other organizations in the community.
Full 49m05s Interview available here – https://youtu.be/yqXcgwHfVpg
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