ElementsPro was proud to be a sponsor, along with Self-Sustaining Enterprises (SSE), of the summer exhibit at Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati in 2013. ElementsPro owner Adam Wyman constructed the aquaponic display and did a fantastic job with the waterfalls and stonework.
The show was called "Let It Grow" and showed the community alternatives to traditional agriculture by having aquaponic, hydroponic, aeroponic, and vertical garden displays.
The exhibit was featured on Channel 5 News on July 9, 2013! Click here to see footage of the display.
ElementsPro owner and designer Adam Wyman and Pete West, Director of Self-Sustaining Enterprises, designed and installed the aquaponics display at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens during the summer of 2013. The new greenhouse in which the system was built is beside the Base Camp Cafe. The system consists of two grow beds and two fish tanks containing albino catfish and bluegill. The zoo will be planting herbs and vegetables.
The aquaponic system will supply fresh produce year-round to the Cafe, the "greenest" restaurant in the United States. Click here to read more about the restaurant.
Be sure to take a trip to the Cincinnati Zoo to see this great aquaponic system in action!
ElementsPro & SSE Design
Cincinnati Zoo's Aquaponic System
ElementsPro & SSE Design & Install Krohn Summer Exhibit
ElementsPro Credited for Zoo Aquaponics Design and Install
ElementsPro owner, Adam Wyman, was credited with helping design and install the aquaponics system at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens in an article written for the zoo's official blog.
The system has been up and running successfully for a little over a year now. It supplies the Base Camp Cafe - the greenest restaurant in America - with various vegetables and herbs.
Read a reflection on the process written by Scott Beuerlein, a Cincinnati Zoo horticulturist.
If you are interested in having an aquaponics system of your own, let us know! We are available to design and install one for you at your home or business.
Special Thanks Given to ElementsPro for Fall Show Contribution
Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati once again asked ElementsPro owner, Adam Wyman, to design and install a water feature for the Fall Show, Ancient Gardeners: Indigenous Earthworks. The exhibit showcases a replica of Serpent Mound, indigenous plants important to Midwest Native Americans, and a natural-looking waterfall and stream.
We encourage you to visit Krohn Conservatory to see Anicent Gardeners for yourself. We have no doubt you will be impressed with it and with the beautiful water feature!
The show runs through October 26, 2014. More information, including hours and ticket prices, can be found on the Krohn Conservatory website.
What's new for ElementsPro in 2015?
1. We are very excited to announce that we are adding a full-service lawncare and maintenance division to our company! We are coming alongside Pierce's Lawncare & Landscaping in Mason, Ohio to take over their residential accounts as they move on to exclusively servicing commercial clientele.
2. Also, beginning now and continuing in the years to come, we will be partnered with Self-Sustaining Enterprises. SSE is a non-profit organization that starts and supports businesses that are also focused on ministry. We will be donating a portion of our revenue to SSE in order to help fund Christian mission work through Back2Back Ministries.
3. One more thing: ElementsPro has once again been involved in designing and installing the latest exhibit at Krohn Conservatory in Cincinnati. It's called Falling Water Gardens: A Modern Work of Nature, and is a beautiful display of modern water features inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. ElementsPro owner and designer, Adam Wyman, will be on hand Sunday, March 8, 2015 from 1-3 pm to talk with anyone interested in learning more about how to incorporate water features in your landscape and to answer any questions you might have.
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It's been quite awhile since we posted news here on our website. Another landscaping season has come and nearly gone since our last update!
As we near the end of the season, we are doing the last fertilizer application to prepare lawns for winter, fall clean-ups are in full swing, and leaf clean up and mowing are coming to an end soon.
As we get closer to the end of fall we'd like for our clients to be thinking ahead to winter; if only to sign up for our snow removal services. We charge $45.00 for the first half hour or less of snow removal and then $22.50 for every 15 minutes after that. Many of our clients enjoy not having to worry about cleaning snow off their driveways before work or other activities. Call our office today to get on our snow removal list!