About Us

Environmental Stewards and Agriculturalists

We believe that responsibly and sustainably grown products should not only nourish your body, they should nourish your mind, your community, and your habitat.

Food Production

The Habitat Aquaponic Solution

Food production relies on the availability of resources, such as land, freshwater, energy and nutrients. Current consumption or degradation of these resources exceeds their global regeneration rate. Scrutiny also continues to mount against wild fisheries due to overfishing, discarding non-target species, pollution, and damage to local habitats.

Under this context, Habitat has identified aquaponics as a farming approach that, through nutrient and waste recycling, can aid in protecting these resources and meet the sustainable development goals of food production.

Aquaponics is a food production system that combines aquaculture, the cultivation of aquatic organisms, with hydroponics, the cultivation of plants in nutrient-enriched water. This horticultural solution increases food production per acre of land, conserves water, replaces the use of chemical fertilizers, and replaces the use of both capital and resource intensive potting soils leaving a minimal carbon footprint and impact on the environment.

Habitat’s proprietary know-how and technology connects aquaculture waste streams to integrated hydroponic greenhouse infrastructure inputs resulting in an environmentally sustainable and economically profitable aquaponics system

Our Expertise

We're Rethinking Aquaponics Technology

In order to fulfill our vision of balancing environmental stewardship with profitability in the production of both food and recreational cannabis we have assembled a team of leading edge aquaponics experts, horticultural experts, and business leaders.

Aquaculture Expertise

25

Years
Horticulture Expertise

15

Years
Business Expertise

20

Years

Everyone at Habitat shares a common passion and goal – to create an agricultural framework that meets the needs of food production, is profitable, and protects the environment.

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