(Co-Founder of Fluid Farms) is a Mainer, born and raised. He studied biology at St. Michael’s College in Vermont; but returned to Maine after college to work as fisheries biologist for an environmental consultant in Portland, ME. He has spent the previous 5 years conducting fish studies throughout the United States. His professional experiences have provided him with integral insight in the the health of natural ecosystems and an appreciation for fish ecology.
(Co-Founder of Fluid Farms) A native Mainer, Jackson has always had a strong passion for safe and healthy food. Growing up in Maine Jackson has been cultivating back yard and kitchen gardens his whole life. While pursuing a degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Maine Jackson began to experiment with hydroponic food production and began to develop a passion for sustainable food models. With a BS in Mechanical Engineering Jackson has pursued a professional career in industrial manufacturing automation. This experience has provided great insight into system design, product development, and project management.
Addy the aquaponics dog is responsible for fish filet waste recycling and doing dog stuff at the greenhouse not to mention she is the new face of Fluid Farms. She helps us with our marketing and she can chase off a rouge squirrel or invading chicken. Is it any wonder that Dog is God spelled backwards. I think we are on to something here.