Zeljko Serdar 's Profile
- Joined: 08/10/2011
- Last Updated: 08/10/2011
- Location: Zagreb, Croatia, Croatia
- Climate Zone: Mediterranean
- Gender: Male
- Web site: ccres-aquaponics.blogspot.com/
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Actually, I'm not a PDC teacher
Climate ZonesZeljko Serdar has permaculture experience in:
CCRES aquaponics program
A major effort at CCRES AQUAPONICS focuses on water reuse and on finding ways to dispose of any solid fish waste. CCRES AQUAPONICS is working to use wastewater from freshwater farming and solid waste from saltwater farming to grow wetlands plants for habi
As part of our aquaculture initiative, the Croatian Center of Renewable Energy Sources (CCRES) has started the CCRES aquaponics program. This Web site is part of that program. We have attempted to include as much information as possible for beginning and experienced fish farmers. While the information compiled here is not all-inclusive, we have tried to be as thorough as possible, covering all the various types of aquaculture relevant to Croatia. If you would like to submit any information for our Web site, please contact us.
Human and Ecosystem Health
CCRES ’s research program in Human and Ecosystem Health focuses on the connections between people and freshwater. Our researchers are improving public health and fostering ecosystem sustainability through basic and applied research on stormwater runoff, sewer overflows, beach health, known and emerging environmental contaminants, and other issues related to water quality and quantity.
CCRES’s research in this area is critical as climate change, escalating human activity and development, and a growing world population place increasing stress on water resources used for human consumption, food production, sanitation, and recreation.
Human and ecosystem health research encompasses toxicology, microbiology, genetics, genomics, public health, urban planning, and other related disciplines.
CCRES AQUAPONICS Volunteer Activities
Aid in teaching pre-designed classroom & field programs for student groups from two - adult.
Assist with fish maintenance, data entry and field work.
Assist with plants maintenance,data entry and field work.
Assist with clerical duties such as mailings and data entry.
Help develop presentations (PowerPoint), database (Access) and web materials.
Assist with data entry, marketing, surveys, web support and photographic database. Help track news about CCRES AQUAPONICS in local and national media.
A major effort at CCRES AQUAPONICS focuses on water reuse and on finding ways to dispose of any solid fish waste. CCRES AQUAPONICS is working to use wastewater from freshwater farming and solid waste from saltwater farming to grow wetlands plants for habitat restoration projects.
CCRES AQUAPONICS Project
part of NGO
CROATIAN CENTER of RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES (CCRES)