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Construction on Yukon aquaponics facility could begin this spring

Reference: CBC News

Some entrepreneurs in Yukon say they've found a creative way to move their project forward — by using geothermal power. 

Founders of Yukon's North Star Agriculture have been pushing to build an aquaponics facility in Yukon, which would raise fish and vegetables indoors. 

CEO Sonny Gray says the company has now secured funding to build a facility near the Takhini hot springs, outside Whitehorse. 

'We're able to start construction in the spring,' said Gray, seen here at the proposed site. (North Star Agriculture)

The project is projected to cost at least $8 million, including a land purchase and construction... Read More