Grace AquaponicsGrace Aquaponics feeds people in need, shares the Good News of Jesus Christ, and promotes the sustainable farming practice of Aquaponics. We partner with local churches, food banks, ministries, and homeless shelters, by giving them fresh, pure produce and helping them to design, build, and operate their own Aquaponic systems.

Food Insecurity

Matthew 25:35Food insecurity in America is well documented by organizations like Feeding America.  Our solution to this problem is to setup Aquaponic gardens in urban locations near the organizations who serve the food insecure populations and high end restaurants who need a daily supply of fresh organic produce. We will build relationships with both the shelters/food banks, and the local restaurants to grow the healthy, nutritious crops they need.

The Good News

John 3:16The Holy Bible book of John, Chapter 3 verse 16 says, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life.” God loved you and I so much he sacrificed His son Jesus to die on a cross. If you believe in Jesus Christ and receive Him as your Savior, then you will live forever in eternity with God! It’s that simple. People have been separated from God ever since Adam and Eve accepted the apple from Satan in the garden of Eden. God could no longer tolerate their selfish and sinful nature in His presence, so He banished them out of the garden. Later, He sent Jesus Christ to earth to teach us how to live and to pay the fine for our sinfulness. Three days after His death on the cross Jesus Christ rose from the dead and appeared to many people thus proving He was the Son of God.
Invite Jesus into your heart and life by praying these words,
“Jesus, I admit that I am a sinner and want to change my life. I believe that You died for me and rose from the dead. Please come into my heart and come into my life as my personal Savior.”

Aquaculture plus Hydroponics is Aquaponics

Aquaculture is fish farming. Hydroponics is the cultivation of plants in nutrient rich water rather than soil. Deep water culture hydroponics uses floating rafts with holes to hold plants above the water with their roots hanging down into the water. In media-based hydroponics, plants are placed in a soilless grow medium, such as expanded clay or gravel, to support the weight of the growing plant. Aquaponics is the combination of these in a closed recirculating environment where the fish waste becomes the nutrients for the plants.