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INMED Caribbean is shaping the future of farming through cultivating opportunities for income generation, food security and climate-change resilience through aquaponics. Learn more about Adaptive Agriculture & Aquaponics and how INMED Caribbean is teaching Entrepreneurship, Food Security and Climate Resilience

Do you want to take our INMED Aquaponics® Training Course? Our 7 Step program will lead you to having food security and become an entrepreneur. Sign up to take the Online Prequalification training today.

5 Good Reasons for Aquaponics

5 Good Reasons for Aquaponics: Reason 1—Food Security

For Jacob’s Ladder, a home in Jamaica for more than 90 adults with physical and mental disabilities, INMED’s aquaponics system is more than just an innovative gardening project. It represents …

5 Good Reasons for Aquaponics: Reason 2 – Optimized Use of Natural Resources

In the age of global climate change, environmental stewardship is a compelling reason. INMED has documented that aquaponic systems produce at least 10 times more crops in the same amount …

5 Good Reasons for Aquaponics: Reason 3–Economic Opportunity

With low set-up costs and small space requirements, aquaponics offers a multitude of economic opportunities for small and first-time farmers, as well as schools and government institutions. In Jamaica, INMED …

5 Good Reasons for Aquaponics: Reason 4 – Money

With the ability to produce abundant cash crops and fish from one system, economically disadvantaged farmers have the opportunity to prosper in the face of adversity. This video makes a …

5 Good Reasons for Aquaponics: Reason 5—The Future

Reason 5—Opportunity. See how INMED is creating economic opportunities and attracting youth back to farming with its adaptive agriculture and aquaponics programs in Jamaica.

Interested in Aquaponics in Jamaica?

Fill out and submit an inquiry on our web site: https://inmedcaribbean.org/support-us/ Sustainable food systems pose one of the greatest developmental challenges of the next generation. To address the challenge, INMED …