Anything Fish + Plants + Design
We Build Food Production Systems & Give You the Tools to Grow Year Round.
With awareness about the benefits of sustainable agriculture increasing, people are demanding alternatives to the industrialized food system. SEA TO SKY AQUAPONICS’ vision is to take part in this revolution by educating and empowering people to grow their own food.
We build aquaponic systems, self watering gardens and living walls. We offer workshops, presentations and consultation.
Our systems are low maintenance, conserve water, reduce carbon footprints, are high yield and produce organic produce year round. We build systems for schools, restaurants, homes and farms.
Art + Science = Aesthetics + Functionality.
Our Systems Look Good & They Work.
SEA TO SKY AQUAPONICS operates out of Edmonton, AB and was established in 2016 by Jonathan Luckhurst. Jonathan received his BSc in cell biology-genetics from the University of British Columbia in 2002, and from 2014-2015 was instrumental in the construction of NUTRAPONICS CANADA aquaponics demonstration facility — Canada’s largest aquaponics facility to date. He is a graduate of the Aquaponic Farming Course (Denver, Colorado, 2015).
Jonathan Luckhurst is also a visual artist. He has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and the Edmonton Arts Council. In 2015 he received a commission from the Art Gallery of Alberta and was also invited to participate in the Vancouver Biennale international artist residency program.
Contact Us With Your Requirements.
BC Agriculture in the Classroom
Don Ross Middle School (Brackendale, BC)
Echoflex Solutions Inc. (Squamish, BC)
Gagan Farm (Abbotsford, BC)
Lamont High School (Lamont, AB)
Northlands – Amazing Agriculture (Edmonton, AB)
Rick Hansen Secondary (Abbotsford, BC)
Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation)
Squamish CAN (Climate Action Network)
St. Richards Catholic Elementary (Edmonton, AB)
Strathcona Christian Academy (Edmonton, AB)
Vignettes Design Series (Edmonton, AB)
Aquaponics for Schools
Self Watering Planters