Ladybug Friends in the Greenhouse

Hi Everyone! Happy Sunday. Olivia and I thought we would share a little garden advice and introduce everyone to some good friends of ours, “Mr. and Missis Ladybug” This time of year when things get warmer and humid, the ants come about, especially quick in greenhouse production or gardening. More so in the fall in […]

Aquaponics Fuel Diversified Oregon Farm

Aquaponics Fuel Diversified Oregon Farm August 2013 Aquaponics is our life and we are proud to be featured in Acres U.S.A. and we appreciate all the support!  Acres U.S.A. is North America’s oldest and largest magazines covering commercial-scale organic and sustainable farming.  New Wave Michael Hasey and his partner, Olivia Hittner, have turned 40 acres in […]

July 2013 – Sustainable fish farming

Farm & Market Features Sustainable fish farming in Oregon’s Rogue Valley  Creating a food cycle for the future.  July 2013 By GRANT BUTLER Photography by MOTOYA NAKAMURA (Thanks so much to both of you!) East of Rogue River is some of the most beautiful landscape southern Oregon has to offer. Rolling hills are dotted with groves of evergreen […]

January 29, 2013 – KBOI Channel 5 News Joe’s Journal

KBOI Channel 5 News Joe’s Journal January 29 2013 Tilapia is a tropical fish mainly found in Africa…so how is it thriving on a Southern Oregon farm? The practice is known as Aquaponics and its specialty of a Rogue River Farm called “The Farming Fish”.

Spring 2013 New Pioneer Magazine

The Farming Fish Published in New Pioneer Magazine By: Michael Hasey Spring 2013 issue That’s right. Thanks to Aquaponics, tilapia feed the hydroponic and in-ground crops at this innovative hillside farm. Bob Marley’s “Do It Twice” sounds from the alarm, well before the sun peeks its face from behind the mountaintop, even before the rooster […]

May 15, 2013 – Sustainable Table: From Seed to Store

Sustainable Table: From Seed to Store by Erin Maxson Published May 15, 2013 see video - WIMER, Ore. — There are dozens of local farms and companies contributing to the supply of food grown and made in the Rogue Valley. While many of those producers have mastered their craft getting a product to the consumer […]

June 27, 2012

Hooked on The Farming Fish Rogue River Press June 27, 2012 By: Tammy Asnicar “’Waste not – Want not’ that’s what I was taught” said Olivia Hittner, as she explained the circle of life at The Farming Fish, an aquaponic farm where water keeps a constant stream of nutrients flowing form the six pools of […]

Dec. 28, 2011 rogue river press

Marriage of Fish and Plants Rogue River Press December 28, 2011 By: Ron Borges Approximately 30 Evans Valley residents gave up a Saturday to help a local family put their dream in motion with an old-fashioned “barn raising” of a greenhouse that could possibly feed thousands of Rogue Valley residents. Here is the link to […]

Micro Greens on Fried Goat Cheese Medallions

Micro Greens on Fried Goat Cheese Medallions v  2 servings v  PREP: 10 minutes v  TOTAL:  25 minutes Ingredients 1 cup of microgreens 4 ounce goat cheese log, cold 1 egg, beaten 1 cup of breadcrumbs with salt and pepper added 4 teaspoons of aged balsamic vinegar 1 teaspoon of powdered mustard 1/3 cup of […]

Avocado, Hummus and Micro Green Sandwich

Avocado, Hummus and Micro Green Sandwich v  2 servings v  TOTAL including prep: 5 minutes I am huge fan of avocados (the good fat) and love making sandwiches with Avocado + Hummus.  This is a great lunch when you are on the go.  Gourmet Micro Greens add a special touch to the sandwich, not to […]