Now Hiring: Chicago Youth Corp Instructors

Application Deadline: April 15th Please send resume and 3 references to: Growing Power Youth Corps is a farm based educational, youth development and employment program. It offers youth from low-income and/or under privileged backgrounds both academic and professional experience. By participating in all aspects of farm production, teens explore the science behind farming and […]

Commercial Urban Agriculture Program 2017

Growing Power’s Commercial Urban Agriculture Training Program will help you to manage your own farming business, while allowing you to learn on-site; actually practicing the hands-on skills needed to profitably farm in the city.  The course is a series of weekend seminars and takes place at Growing Power’s training facilities in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. To learn […]

GP Chicago Entrepreneurial Training Program

Growing Power Chicago’s Entrepreneurial Farm Training Program is a hybrid business training course that allows participants to learn the hands on fundamentals of farming while simultaneously developing their business plan.  The course will be a series of four long weekend seminars with benchmarks completed between sessions by participants. Each session will incorporate hands on training […]

Aquaponics Workshop Schedule 2017

Growing Power Aquaponics Workshop Program February through June 2017 Aquaponics classroom sessions are presented by University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences and sponsored by the National and Wisconsin Sea Grant Programs on Fridays at the School of Freshwater Sciences at 600 E. Greenfield Ave., Milwaukee, WI. Refer to dates on Growing Power’s website announcement. […]

Aquaponics Workshop Description 2017

The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Freshwater Sciences is at the Heart of Urban Aquaculture and Aquaponics Learn about growing your food yourself, using aquaponic and recirculating system technology. This 3 day workshop is designed to educate, enlighten, and inform practitioners, whether novices or experts, science educators and Ag. educators about the critical aspects of […]