Cooperative Platform of Sustainability Partnerships Invites Everyone to Learn How to Make Aquaponics Systems to Grow Organic Super Food at Home.

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As promised, Cooperative Platform of Sustainability Partnerships has selected this week’s sustainability cause to share with everyone. This week, the cooperative platform invites everyone to learn from Food Farmer Earth and CUPS, about how to make an aquaponics system to grow organic super food at home.

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This news release is dedicated to everyone seeking high quality food, Food Farmer Earth, and this release serves as part of a comprehensive support program and an equity program in which I million shares are being donated for sustainable dreams and causes. The programs are being offered by a Cooperative Platform of Sustainability Partnerships located in Los Angeles California comprised of a non-profit, a Pay It Forward company, individuals, companies, and agencies. Any sustainability dream or cause can receive partner support (without ties or obligations), including valuable equity by partnering on a performance basis, radio interviews to promote the sustainability dream or cause, public relations, social media, marketing and ongoing partnerships with other sustainability dreams & causes. Stay tuned as the platform announces other sustainability dreams and causes, reader’s sustainability dreams and causes are welcome too.

This week, the cooperative platform invites everyone to learn from an impressive sustainability team by the name of Food Farmer Earth and CUPS. They are teaching thousands of people about how to make an aquaponics system to grow organic super food at home.

Watch Food Farmer Earth’s video and learn how to make an organic aquaponics system at home today, doing so could prove life changing by helping people enjoy the many benefits of supper foods bursting with healthful nutrients. Interested parties can contact Food Farmer Earth, as all social media links, web sites and contact information are available by clicking here

The video in this news release is credited to Food Farmer Earth, and everyone is invited to visit their sites and online television show (Cooking Up A Story) offering a variety of original short form video programming that examines their food system, up close and personal. CUPS provides unique documentary stories, talks, interviews, and leading edge agricultural information from farmers and ranchers, food artisans, and others whose lives center around sustainable food and agriculture.

Supplying the people of the world with sufficient food has been a constant issue ever since the population has begun to increase considerably. Now even movies are placing food shortage at the center of their Sci-Fi genre. Cooperative Platform of Sustainability Partnerships is introducing everyone to CUPS as they share their sustainability dream and cause of how homemade food might be a possible working answer to food costs and health issues today, and increasing numbers of people all over are resorting to aquaponics as a solution in the last years.

Aquaponics, is a food production system that combines conventional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals such as snails, fish, crayfish or prawns in tanks) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment. In normal aquaculture, excretions from the animals being raised can accumulate in the water, increasing toxicity. In an aquaponic system, water from an aquaculture system is fed to a hydroponic system where the by-products are broken down by nitrogen-fixing bacteria into nitrates and nitrites, which are utilized by the plants as nutrients. The water is then recycled back to the aquaculture system.

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