Lights, Camera, Action! Morning Star Fishermen
Aquaponics Expert Hallam Murray Visits Local Business Morning Star Fishermen, Who Will Star In New Documentary
Dade City (I-Newswire) September 19, 2012 - Morning Star Fishermen had special guest visit from the “grandfather” of Aquaponics, Hallam Murray on Wednesday September the 12th 2012. Murray, A native of Australia, will be touring around the United States this month visiting twelve different Aquaponic locations shooting a documentary named “Aquaponics Across America”. The locations are training facilities that want to “change the world.” Morning Star was honored to be his first stop.
Morning Star Fishermen is a non-profit organization that focuses on training communities around the world to sustain themselves through self-maintained environments using fish and vegetables. These documentaries will educate the viewers about poverty, sustainability and innovative ways to produce vegetables and raise fish.
During the tour of Morning Star Fishermen Hallam Murray was fascinated with the techniques and new ideas Morning Star had to offer to the Aquapoincs industry. He used words like “efficient and great work” to describe the operating systems. His purpose for this documentary is to, “show people the different ways to do Aquaponics – how others around the United States have developed their sites.” Teaming up with Morning Star Fishermen Hallam believes this relationship could spread the word about sustainability and will continue to grow through Aquaponics.
Morning Star Fishermen, is a non-profit organization based in Dade City Florida, our mission is give a man a fish he eats for one day. Train a man to raise fish and grow vegetables and the whole community eats for a lifetime.
If you’d like more information about this topic, to donate, or to schedule an interview with Phil Reasons please call Morning Star Fishermen at (352) 523.2722or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Morning Star Fishermen
We are on a mission to end world hunger through teaching others how to help themselves live sustaina More..bly through aquaculture and aquaponics.
Morning Star Fishermen is a Non-Profit 501(c)3; so the importance of donations and grants cannot be understated. We appreciate any form of assistance, as well as volunteers and interns interested in learning about aquaponics and the functions of a Non-Profit business.Less..
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Published On:September 19, 2012
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