Church hopes to spread word of its aquaponics project around world

Lettuce, bed taro, tomatoes, loofah, basil and a handful of other plants are growing in the aquaponis greenhouse, an idea that came to Rick Kenagy while he was weeding in the community garden at Canyon View Vineyard Church.



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Lettuce, bed taro, tomatoes, loofah, basil and a handful of other plants are growing in the aquaponis greenhouse, an idea that came to Rick Kenagy while he was weeding in the community garden at Canyon View Vineyard Church.

There’s that old saying about how if you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day, but if you teach him how to fish, you feed him for life. Somewhere in that idea, there must be room…




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