Consulting

Openponics offers consulting for a variety of urban and classroom settings. We believe that the connection between us and our food has to start in the home, in the workplace, and in our schools. If growing food in these spaces becomes the norm, it could change the way an entire generation looks at food, where it comes from, and what it takes to grow it. Whether you’re just getting started or are in the midst of building your own system, we’re here to help you build the right system for you.

Aquaponics can be a beautiful and elegant addition to any room and can take up as much or as little space as you prefer. Liven up your home with the soothing sound of running water, find familiarity with fish friends, and feel empowered when you harvest veggies for the day right in your living room. We strive to deliver the right system for your environment. Concerned about aesthetics? We’ll design you a system that blends seamlessly into your decor. Energy efficacy on your mind?? We’ll work with you to find the best off-grid power solutions and equipment that reacts to its surroundings. Is education your primary objective? We can design custom systems that highlight the features you’re most concerned with teaching.

Consultation is offered in a variety of methods. For clients local to the Denver/Boulder area, consultation can be provided over the phone, via email or on site. For Colorado clients outside the Denver/Boulder Area, on-site consultation may be provided for a higher rate. The first hour of consultation is free for any new clients! We want to work with you to make sure our services are right for you and your vision. Price per hour will be negotiated per job. We require 50% advance for on-site builds.

Email consultation [at] openponics.com to schedule a time to get your complementary evaluation.

Teachers at Larspur Elementary use Openponic's tutorial to build affordable ystems for their fourth grade classrooms.
]1 Teachers at Larspur Elementary use Openponics’ tutorial to build affordable systems for their fourth grade classrooms.