The ancient practice of aquaponics, which combines aquaculture (e.g. fish, freshwater prawns and/or crayfish) with hydroponics (fruits and vegetables) in a symbiotic system, has been revived and improved in recent years. With the help of international aquaponics experts, we are constructing a 3,000-square-foot facility at the Glorious Families site, which, like other land in that area, is unsuitable for most agriculture, due to flooding. This facility will produce approximately 850 pounds of vegetables per week, and more than one ton of fish per year, and can be replicated in other locations.