Cutting-Edge Aquaponics Farm Named Meriden Farmers Market Master
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Cutting-Edge Aquaponics Farm Named Meriden Farmers Market Master

This article was co-written by Keith Hagarty, Media Rep for the Meriden Farmer’s Market. MERIDEN — With the tagline “farmer’s market fresh all year long,” Trifecta Ecosystems, Inc., a Meriden-based aquaponics farm since 2015, was recently named the 2018 Market Master for the Meriden Farmers Market. Selected annually by the Meriden Farmers Market Advisory Committee, the Market...

RWA Invests in Trifecta Ecosystems to Fuel Sustainable Food Production and Economic Growth in Connecticut
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RWA Invests in Trifecta Ecosystems to Fuel Sustainable Food Production and Economic Growth in Connecticut

The investment in Trifecta Ecosystems, an urban farming technology company based in Meriden, will help to support urban agriculture in New Haven and beyond. New Haven, CT – Today, the South Central Connecticut Regional Water Authority (RWA) announced an investment to bring innovative, sustainable farming and new economic growth to the Greater New Haven region....

Murphy Highlights Meriden Innovator, Trifecta Ecosystems, As “Murphy’s Innovator of the Month”
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Murphy Highlights Meriden Innovator, Trifecta Ecosystems, As “Murphy’s Innovator of the Month”

This article was original published on Senator Chris Murphy’s website. WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) announced that Trifecta Ecosystems – an urban farming technology company on a mission to create a City that Feeds Itself™ – is “Murphy’s Innovator of the Month.” In 2012, Glastonbury, Connecticut natives Spencer Curry and Kieran Foran co-founded Trifecta Systems...

Month Two Of WeeklyHarvest Has Begun – See How It’s Changing The Way We Eat
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Month Two Of WeeklyHarvest Has Begun – See How It’s Changing The Way We Eat

We started off 2018 strong with the release of our brand new subscription food program, WeeklyHarvest – and let’s just say it’s already made some huge changes in our lives and the lives of our members. We’ve seen members turn to completely vegetarian or vegan diets, we’ve satisfied “farmer’s market fresh” cravings that are sorely...

Trifecta Ecosystems Partners With CREC to Advance Innovation in Education Across Connecticut
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Trifecta Ecosystems Partners With CREC to Advance Innovation in Education Across Connecticut

For 50 years, Connecticut’s Capitol Region Education Council (CREC) has helped the state’s school districts, including its own 16 interdistrict magnet schools, meet the changing educational needs of children in grades Pre-K through 12 through a wide array of cost-effective and high-quality programs and services. To advance its mission of providing innovation in education and...

How We’re Fighting Food Waste With Donations
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How We’re Fighting Food Waste With Donations

There are many factors that contribute to food waste in America – so many factors that we’re now up to $165 billion in food waste per year. When we started Trifecta Ecosystems, we knew that we had to work on combating this worldwide issue on a local level. We had to immediately focus our attention...

We’re Celebrating 5 Years As A Startup – Part 2 Going Commercial Scale
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We’re Celebrating 5 Years As A Startup – Part 2 Going Commercial Scale

Sometimes you can look back at a pivotal moment in your life and think, “I really was in the right place at the right time.”  For us, that realization comes to mind when we think about how we made the jump from backyard hobbyists making a bit of money on the side to becoming full-scale...

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“Growing Brooklyn’s Future” Is Getting Hands On With Green Learning
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“Growing Brooklyn’s Future” Is Getting Hands On With Green Learning

This new rooftop greenhouse is allowing students to easily grow and maintain all manner of vegetables and herbs! Anything and everything related to agriculture and its profound effect on education is always something that catches our eye. So when we stumbled upon news of a Brooklyn high school’s 3rd floor rooftop garden, which is apparently...