The Aquaponics Project
Self-sufficient, sustainable growing, made easy
Our dream is to inspire and empower people to grow their own food.
We are a business in its infancy, looking forward to launching our first products in June 2021. You can follow along with our journey as we post our prototypes as they are developed on both our Instagram and Facebook pages.
We sell aquaponics systems and education packages to suit your space, time and needs.
We believe everyone should have the chance to reconnect with where their food comes from. Our aquaponics systems offer you the chance to become either partially or fully self-sufficient in growing your own organic food from the comfort of your own gardens and homes. Our home produce systems make use of aquaponics technology to grow fish and plants alongside each other. They offer higher yields, take up a fraction of the space, have a fraction of the environmental impact and will take a fraction of your time compared with conventional growing.
To find out more about aquaponics and its benefits compared to conventional gardening then check out our education centre. Our very first post explains how aquaponics works.
Still want to know more? Why not contact us to discuss our products further
Educator and Gardener at heart
The Aquaponics Project was founded in 2020. Our founder, Andy Wright, has been a keen gardener for most of his life. His first growing experience came at a very young age with a small patch of the family garden in which he chose to plant a sycamore tree, one metre from the back door.
Thankfully, now with 20 years of growing experience, he has learnt a bit more since then. His personal favourites are sugar snap peas, strawberries and any type of herbs he can get his hands on.
Whilst working in Malaysia he was introduced to the world of aquaponics and he has not looked back since.
Andy has over 15 years experience in education and believes any future potential change to people's eating and growing habits will come through teaching people about more sustainable ways to live. He passionately believes this will remain at the heart of what The Aquaponics Project stands for.