I think it is wise that you are making use of the compost that the city provides.
Many Kenyan farms have had good luck with fish farming.
Tilapia and other fish that are low on the food chain, could fit in nicely with your vegetable operation.
If you are able to access high-protein restaurant scraps or carion, you could consider Nile perch or some sort of catfish.
posted 4 years ago
Our valley floods so we want to try making a series of ponds to lower the water level for our vegetable garden once we have the capitol to do so. Once the ponds are in place we can see how the water flows and if stocking them would be viable. We have already dug one pond up by the house to catch water for our dwarf mango orchard. We just need to wait for it to rain to stock it! I also have this crazy idea of building rain barrel terrace and stocking it with fish and later using the water for irrigation. Please wish us luck/send us some good energy on securing funding so we can make it real!
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