• 01:08

    'Raising Tilapia in an Aquaponic System'

    in Food

    Br. Sherman Muhammad interviews Br. Kerry Muhammad, his topic is 'Raising Tilapia in an Aquaponic System.' Join the news, research, and communication show Saturday, Nov. 16, 2013 at 8:00pm, EST Live!!!

  • 00:28

    Anton's Taproom Great Food through Sustainable Solutions

    in Entrepreneur

    Anton’s Taproom, which opened this past October in Kansas City’s Crossroads District, is not your typical KC restaurant. How many restaurants do you know that have a butcher's shop (complete with homemade sausages and lard), a tilapia farm, an aquaponic herb garden and an art gallery on the premises? Host Kelly Scanlon sits down with owner and restaurateur Anton Kotar and talks about the eatery’s distinctive approach. 

  • 00:42

    Tilapia Fish Farming - Kellen Weissenbach

    in Pets

    On Friday September 16th, 4 PM EST, 3 PM CST,  1 PM PST, Mr Kellen Weissnbach the hatchery manager of White Brook Tilapia Fish farms will be the guest on the Under The Sea Radio Program. Listeners will learn about the interesting methods of raising tilapia as a food source plus information of certain tilapia species found in aquariums. 
    This will be a very interesting discussion for followers of the Under The Sea Program Be sure to tune in to listen to the program or listen to the episode on demand at www.blogtalkradio.com/wm-aquaculture

  • 02:28

    Thursday Night Gospel Florala Alabama. PACERS Work Day @ Florala High School

    in Music

    PACERS Club @http://floralalockhartpacers.wordpress.com Florala/Lockhart PACERS Chapter

    PACERS assists communities and schools to offer its nationally-recognized programs in science, entrepreneurship, writing, visual arts, community history, music, drama, and publishing.

    Aquaculture Students Present…Aquaculture

    Students are involved in growing tilapia, catfish, Koi, goldfish, and rainbow trout. They are responsible for feeding the fish, flushing filters, and testing water quality. In the spring, students spawn goldfish and Koi. Each year the tilapia fingerlings are collected to replenish our quantity. The tilapia are cooked at the yearly fish fry.

    The fish waste from the filters is used as fertilizer on our garden next to the fishery. Students raise plants in hydroponic beds inside and outside the fishery.

    Take a tour of the fishery by clicking here.

    We are very proud of our aquaculture program. It is one of the few programs of this caliber in the state.Project Coordinator: Jeannie Ward Community Chapter Volunteer: Teresa Jackson

    Florala/Lockhart Community PACERS Chapter

  • 01:31

    Conectando con Historias de Migrantes-Reflexiones-

    in Cooking

    Bienvenidos a Conexion Contigo el primer programa de radio completamente por Internet y en español en el Estado de Washington, este programa es Unico, Diferente, Educativo, Informativo,Divertido y Dinamico.

    Hoy comenzamos una nueva programacion Martes y Miercoles  a partir de las 8:30 de la noche.

    Jueves y Viernes a partir de las 6:30 de la mañana.

    Hoy tenemos...

    - Efemerides

    - Historias de Migrantes, con Wendy Madera " Un aniversario mas"

    - Cocinando con Lupita- deliciosa nutricion y la economia en la mano. " Chayotes con Tilapia al horno"

    - Reflexiones

    -Comentarios y mas.

    Gracias por su sintonia.

    Lupita Zamora

    Productora y Conductora




  • 01:06

    Dr. Bones and Nurse Amy

    in Self Help

    Joe Alton, also known as “Dr. Bones the Disaster Doctor”, is a medical doctor and Amy Alton, also known as “Nurse Amy”, is an advanced registered nurse practitioner and a certified nurse midwife. They are medical preparedness experts and the authors of the #1 Amazon Bestseller in Survival Skills, Disaster Relief, and Safety/First aid, “The Survival Medicine Handbook”, a guide for when medical help is not on the way. They have just published a brand new 2ndbook about survival medicine.

    Besides their book, the Altons produce a weekly podcast called the “Survival Medicine Hour” and have a YouTube channel named “drbonespodcast”. The Altons are also contributors to magazines like Backwoods Home, Survival Quarterly, and others. 

    Their website at www.doomandbloom.net has over 400 posts on medical readiness and is one of the top survival sites on the internet. The Altons have designed an entire line of medical kits to deal with issues you might encounter after a catastrophe, and produce instructional DVDs to teach skills that might be useful in times of trouble. 

    In addition to their medical credentials, the Altons are associated with the Master Gardener program for their state, with emphasis ongrowing food and medicinal herbs. They have Ham Radio licenses, and raise tilapia as a food fish in South Florida.

    The Altons are popular speakers throughout the country in their role as survival medicine experts. Their mission: To place a medically self-reliant caregiver in every family or mutual assistance group before a disaster occurs. 


  • 02:00

    CobasmRadio Hot Topic U.S.. Chicken Processors in China Sold to U.S. Consumer

    in News


    U.S. Chicken ship to china for porcessing and back to U.S. to the U.S Consumers  

    China has become an agricultural powerhouse and leading food exporter. Though supermarket labels may not always 
    indicate it, a growing portion of the American diet is now made in China. In 2009, 70 percent of the apple juice, 43 
    percent of the processed mushrooms, 22 percent of the frozen spinach and 78 percent of the tilapia Americans ate 
    came from China.The shortages in China’s food safety system were highlighted when ingredients tainted with the chemical melamine entered the global food supply including products from well-known brands like Mars, Heinz and Cadbury. Melamine-tainted milk products sickened hundreds of thousands of infants in China, and melamine contamination is believed to be responsible for thousands of pet deaths in the United States. 


  • 00:49

    Ep. 7: Late Night Snacking and the Poisoned Tilapia

    in Lifestyle

    Larry and The Lady discuss why Larry snacks at night. Hint: Larry's hungry. Is this behavior to be shunned, or will the masses rise up to stop a conspiracy against the freedom to eat?

    Also, The Lady always brings Larry treats when she's able to, but one case of leftover tilapia gave Larry a lot more than he bargained for...
    Join the newlyweds for another Dinner Date Discussion!

  • 00:28

    Anton's Taproom - A Restaurant That Delivers More Than a Full Plate

    in Food

    Anton’s Taproom, which opened in October in Kansas City’s Crossroads District, is not your typical KC restaurant. How many restaurants do you know that have a butcher's shop (complete with homemade sausages and lard), a tilapia farm, an aquaponic herb garden and an art gallery on the premises? Host Kelly Scanlon sits down with owner and restaurateur Anton Kotar and talks about the eatery’s distinctive approach. 

  • 00:34

    Ichthyopedia - A is for Aquaponics

    in Hobbies

    Join us as we take a look in to this great topic where fish and plants cross.

    Imagine raising fish in a tank and having their waste create food for plants being grown with them.

  • 00:48

    In the Kitchen with Chef Stew

    in Entertainment

    Join us every Sunday at 6pm est to cook side by side with Celebrity Chef Stew while you’re in the kitchen. Chef Stew will give you step by step instructions to cook fabulous dishes from simple fish tacos to tilapia stuffed with crab meat top with shrimp covered with a dill sauce.Celebrity Chef Stew has celebrity stop through like Jose Quervo, Reigndrop Lopes, Jasmine Guy and many more. 

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