Tag: aquaponics

This video captures the sense of community at the Winter Farmer’s Market in Port Washington, WI. Created by Pat and Amy Wilborn, the market attracts local farmers, artisans, musicians, and residents with a feeling of old-time camaraderie. It’s a welcome contrast to the hectic nature of modern society. Pat is also the creator of PortFish, […]

Last September we visited our friend Pat Wilborn at his aquaponics farming project outside of Port Washington, WI, and shot some video of his operation under construction. Pat is determined to discover whether growing vegetables in a 96-foot-long greenhouse using poop from yellow perch for fertilizer is economically feasible. As I’ve written elsewhere, Pat is […]

On January 26th, a Saturday, we went to the Port Washington Farmers Market to shoot some video. The winter market is held indoors until spring, at the First Congregational Church. It drew quite a crowd. Our friend Pat Wilborn created the event three years ago, along with his wife, Amy, and it’s now showing signs […]