In April 2012 the directors of The British Aquaponic Association (BAQUA) came together from opposite corners of the UK with a common vision: An environmentally, economically and socially-just world where all people have access to local, sustainable and nutritious food. BAQUA recognised the need for a representative body in the UK to unite and connect all people working to promote and develop aquaponics in the UK. This led to the creation of the BAQUA Community Interest Company (CIC) in November 2012.
We host a discussion forum, geodirectory and develop and share numerous resources and services in our ‘members area’.
BAQUA initiates governmental and EU policy recommendations, business collaborations, demonstration projects, technology partnerships and open source data sharing as well as actively matchmaking synergies and partnerships to shape this emergent industry.
We are evolving our ideas with our new steering group. If you would like to be part of the steering group, please let us know.