Combining Old and New: Aquaponics Opens the Door to Indigenous Food Security

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Takeaways:

  • A nonprofit organization in Hawai‘i called Malama Waimānalo is attempting to improve food production through aquaponics.
  • The process combines cultivating fish and plants in water in a confined space for a no-waste method of growing crops.
  • This is one way Indigenous groups can help restore food sovereignty for the tribal nation and help improve its members’ health.

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