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7/8/2014 5:58:00 AM
Here is your chance to see Aquaponics Greenhouse and enjoy music of Meadowlark
Meadowlark is Lynn Trombetta and Rick Cyge
Meadowlark is Lynn Trombetta and Rick Cyge

See the Largest Aquaponics Greenhouse in Central Arizona while Meadowlark performs music inspired by nature on flute, pennywhistles, and guitar.

Meadowlark will transport listeners on a magic carpet ride with their enchanting original music as visitors enjoy a free Aquaponics Greenhouse Tour at The Fish's Garden in Camp Verde, Tuesday July 15 and Saturday July 19, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The Fish Garden is located at 393 W. Grippen Road, Camp Verde.

The Fish's Garden co-owners, Cat and B.J. Davis, will host informative tours of the aquaponics greenhouse at 9 a.m., 11 a.m., and 1 p.m.

They comment, "It is our hope that our business will become a long-term, ongoing legacy, not just for our family but also for our community. That thru our example of utilizing a sustainable agricultural model to create a viable and successful business that future generation will realize the potential for and benefit of investing back into their communities. That doing so can be financially viable while providing a rewarding lifestyle."

They add, "Our commitment is to provide fresh produce, herbs and fish of the highest quality in nutrition, taste, texture, color and aroma, to local residents and food related businesses by utilizing eco-friendly and sustainable methods. Naturally grown, without the use of hormones, antibiotics, pesticides or herbicides, our produce and fish will  be made  available to the Verde Valley and surrounding areas directly through on site sales, local farmer's markets, select grocers, and restaurants."

Don't miss this exciting Open House: Tour the greenhouse and see the bounty of fresh lettuces and other greens and the young Bluegill and Catfish being raised. A great educational opportunity for the whole family.

For more information, call 928-301-5373 or visit

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