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Our Planet (Aquaponics) #985695

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 15, 2010
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(Washington: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Milwaukee: Anne Thompson) Aquaponics, a method of growing fish and plants together, examined; animation shown of how the tilapia and lettuce benefit each other. [Sweet Water Organics Josh FRAUNDORF††- says we can provide safe food year round.] [University of Wisconsin School of Urban and Regional Planning Alfonso MORALES†- explains why aquaponics is 20 years out from being an important part of the food system.] [Sweet Water Foundation executive director Emmanuel PRATT†- talks about the message for the next generation of farmers.] [La Merenda chef/owner Peter SANDRONI†- notes the fish was alive within 15 minutes of his ordering it.]

Williams, Brian;
Thompson, Anne

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