Central IL Aquaponics is providing freshly grown, beyond organic produce in east central Illinois.

About Aquaponics

Merging Aquaculture and Hydroponics
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Our Farm

Our facility is a heated greenhouse that houses our fish tank, filters, a wicking bed, and a deep water culture raft system that holds over 1600 individual plants. A second greenhouse has an additional deep water culture system dedicated to our tomato, cucumber and pepper production.

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Our Products

Currently we are producing several varieties of lettuce, kale, swiss chard, celery, herbs, tomatoes, and cucumbers. Eventually we will have unprocessed fish for sale as well. Click here to sign up for our CSA (community supported agriculture) which will provide you with fresh produce every week.

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What is Aquaponics?

Aquaponics is a synergistic growing technique in which fish (aquaculture) and plants (hydroponics) are grown together in the same systems. The fish waste feeds the growing plants using organic hydroponic techniques. The plants, in turn, clean and filter the water that returns to the fish environment.


Healthy. Local. Symbiotic. Sustainable.
Food that tastes great - fresh from our farm to your table.

The produce we are growing is always changing. Check out our facebook page for the latest updates.

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Current Veggies

These varieties are currently growing in our greenhouse.


Green Romaine
Full size romaine type lettuce.


Green Bibb
Light green, curled, tender leaves.


Premier Flat Leaf
Medium green, flat leafed foliage with a delightful peppery taste.

Swiss Chard

Lightly savoyed, green or bronze leaves with stems of gold, pink, orange, purple, red, and white with bright and pastel variations.


Pungent herb commonly used in Mexican and Thai cooking.


Mild flavored beet with beautiful golden flesh. The greens are a great addition to a fresh salad also.


Straight Eight Slicer
Crispy, juicy cucumber with small seeds.

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