13 July 2017

Visit to Bioaqua Farm and Somerset Wild Life Trust

Organised by:

 SCI's Horticulture Group in partnership with Professional Horticulture Group South West

Bioaqua first, then Somerset Wild Life Trust

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Bioaqua Farm is the biggest integrated aquaponic trout farm in Europe and the first commercial farm of its kind in the UK, growing vegetables and rearing rainbow trout in a bio-symbiotic system, with bees to pollinate the plants and worms to sustain the cycle of the system.

This visit will be followed by Somerset Wildlife's nearby Westhay Moor reserve to see how the landscape is managed to achieve the best environments for the species of plants and animals that thrive in Somerset's wetlands.


Day 1 - 13th July 2017

Event Schedule
Registration, tea/coffee
Tour of Bioaqua Farm's integrated trout rearing and vegetable growing
Pub lunch
Tour of Westhay Moor
End of visit
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Venue and Contact

Bioaqua Farm

Bioaqua Farm
Poolbridge Road
BS28 4PA

Westhay Moor National Nature Reserve
Westhay Moor Drove
Westhay, Nr Glastonbury

Please click here for Bioaqua Farm location map and click here for Westhay Moor location map.

Peter Grimbly

Tel: 01926 612981

Email: petergrimbly@btinternet.com For general enquiries, please call


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For general enquiries, please call:

Emily Miedzybrodzka
Committee Support Contact for the Horticulture Group
T: 0207 598 1514

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