What Is CSA?

CSA stands for Community Supported Agriculture and it basically a system of pre-selling regular purchases of aquaponics products with a predetermined value, and we thank you for supporting us. You’ll receive a box bursting with freshly harvested produce, and also with todays world market for aquaponics products are being continued at Next Level Organics. On the aquaponics farm is where fresh fish and organic vegetables are produced for our community.


We Grow the fish Organically that produces organic vegetables for our community that supports your health & wellness Lifestyle
Like anything else, if you like doing something it can be a good vocation no matter what the pay. If you don’t like your job it doesn’t matter how much you get paid, you still hate your job. While modern aquaculture and aquaponics can be very lucrative, most people do not do it completely for the money. They do it because they enjoy it and it also provides income. Growing fish is going to require more manual labor and probably more hours than being a software developer for a company for example. However, the stress could be far less. Many people involved in the aquaponics farming do it as a side line. It is what I call, a “Profitable hobby”.


An aquaponics grower depending on the ratio of fish grown to plants grown, every drop of water and energy placed in these systems can be used over and over again until it is just plain used up. But as is the case with all aquaponics farming you must invest the time to attend your crops, harvest them and get them to market. So it does take time and energy. However, aquaponics can be the most profitable side of small scale fish farming. If you love gardening this can be the perfect way to earn income from your passion. Once again, it is not rocket science and it does not take degrees in horticulture to do it. It is basically back yard gardening with a twist.

The great thing about aquaponics is, if that is your main interest, you do not have to grow a lot of fish to produce tons of vegetables. For every pound of fish you produce you can grow up to 15 pounds of various vegetables. All organic. So a person with a small fish system like our DIY system could operate just 2 of these tanks and produce enough vegetables products to make a good living.With the price of vegetables and other foods going up at the market place everyday, there is more profit for a small vegetable farmer than there has ever been before. He is selling locally and does not have the overhead and transportation cost that the big industrial producers have.The opportunity is before you and potential for profits is good. Whether this is the right business for you depends on your willingness to make a commitment and work hard to become an independent and successful farmer. In closing, please notice, no where in this do I claim that fish farming and aquaponics is a way to get rich quick. No matter what, you are going to have to work hard at it. However when you consider the amount of food that is consumed right in your area every single day, and someone has to supply that food, every single day, the sky is the limit on what you can achieve.

Join Highest Level Organics Today!

Together Our Community Can Change, And For The Better