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Jerry Peloquin
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The Family Fish Farms Network - Growing organic local food and jobs

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What is your Interest?
Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development, Environment
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Company
Name of Company / Organization:
The Family Fish Farms Network, Inc
What is your current job title / department?
President/CEO
Seniority Level
C-Level
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Networking, Potential Partners, Potential Investors
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
I am an Oganizational Psychologist, with thirty years of experience in all aspects of diagnosing and supporting human performance. My expertise is in Measurement and Evaluation, feedback and incentive, and training and development.
Website
http://thefamilyfishfarmsnetwork.com

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Back To The Future !!!

Posted on October 28, 2013 at 8:21am 0 Comments

 As you will note, our earliest entries regarding Aquaponic growing of food and protein go back to the founding days of Development Crossing.   It has been five years since we began this journey.  It has NOT been easy as we pose an innovative and disruptive solution to food security.  This is not an accepted, or popular effort as the status quo would not like to see such people centric solutions implemented.

However, finally, after five years of struggle we are on the verge of…

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Aquaponics - The Future of Food

Posted on August 10, 2012 at 4:41am 0 Comments

Growfish is now ...The Family Fish Farms Network, Inc  

As the food crisis increases and the demand for fresh local food increases, we have decided to move from the  ranks of the non profit to a fully functional stock corporation.  Last week we formed FFFN as a "C" Corporation under the laws of the State of Delaware.  We are now free to raise funds and compete in the market for ideas and opportunity.   FFFN plans to change the way food is grown, distributed,…

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GrowFish: True Food Security

Posted on September 5, 2011 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

Food Security. Purpose/Scope



This précis provides a short summary of the rationale for Growfish without detailed market or financial projections. The full Business Plan can be provided to qualified interested parties upon request.



The Problem:



Food Security/Poverty/ Hunger



A food crisis of significant proportions is developing and its impact will be felt the greatest in Africa. In West Africa people derive as much as…

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African Farm Investment Tops General Motors

Posted on January 25, 2009 at 8:46am 4 Comments

Garrett Wyse, economist, journalist, and international activist and also VP Global Development for our organization, MicroVenture support (see: www.muicroventuresupport.org) and I published a short white paper on this site (and other places) titled: Microfinance and Philanthropy, The New Realities in the early days of the Banking and credit crisis.



In the paper we predicted that, "...an investment in a developing country SME will return more and be safer than a corresponding… Continue

Sustainable Food Security

Posted on September 1, 2008 at 2:59pm 0 Comments

As a technical consultant to the MicroFinance sector, I found this company doing research for a client.



GrowFish is a techno solution to the impending food crisis in Africa and elsewhere. There are 36 countries on the "danger" list from the UN. 24 of these are in Africa. Growfish enables a village or small group in urban, peri urban, or rural communities to grow both high quality protein and a bumper crop of organic healthy vegetables. The system can be build locally from a set of… Continue

Comment Wall (26 comments)

At 8:50am on May 10, 2008, Development Crossing said…
Hi Jerry,

Welcome to DC! You might be interested in joining the Microfinance group.
At 11:02pm on September 10, 2008, Jerry Peloquin said…
When Ted Kennedy retires formally from the Senate, I'm going to take over his office and see if anyone notices.
At 12:03pm on September 11, 2008, Garrett Wyse said…
Hello there, I am already a member on this, but as with many others, don' t have the time or memory to be going back to them all the time, ecademy, plaxo, linkedIn etc.
But if you can think oif anything I can do with this to help you let me know
At 3:41am on October 8, 2008, Prasanna Mishra said…
Your words "I am dedicated to the goal of economic and social justice, to the right of productive work fairly compensated, and to the right of all people to participate fully in the economic and social life of their communities" strike a responsive chord in my psyche. I would request you to find time to go through the discussion I initiated on the role of government servants in developing countries.You may find in it my perception of government service. That orientation should be relevant for the people working in NGOs as well. It is another matter that your and my experience has been rather disappointing though dedicated NGOs have achieved spectacular results.
Looking forward to regular ineractions.

Prasanna Mishra
At 11:43am on October 8, 2008, Marissa Berg said…
Yes, I am networking for potential clients. Are there any questions that I can answer for you?
At 11:48am on October 13, 2008, Marissa Berg said…
Please forward me your email address and I will send you an information package.

Thank you,

Marissa
At 11:17am on October 21, 2008, Greg O'Neill said…
Hi Jerry ..... I quite agree we need to talk, on many levels. Have you been over to my site http://whitetiger511.tripod.com yet? My email address is given
there, and you can reach me here in the Pacific NW at 509.484.3080 most days. --- Greg
At 8:14pm on October 23, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Good morning from Manila! I just got a note from Neil that you're interested in partnering w/ devt experts here, who may be interested in aquaponics intervention for small fishers. I shld want to invite you to my circle of friends, but the network says "You have reached the limit of 100 outstanding invitations" phrase. My involvement w/ the food sectors goes back to the early 80s yet, and I already uploaded dozens of materials about my devt experiences in the field, though agri isnt my only devt concern. I'm more into public policy and reform of institutions at the national level today, my latest output being the book FAIR TRADE AND FOOD SECURITY: FRAMEWORK AND POLICY ARCHITECTURE (see websites of KAISAMPALAD and MODE Philippines). Okey, will email you later, good day!
At 9:57pm on November 3, 2008, Kerrie Wilson said…
Thanks for sharing today Jerry! Looking forward to a fruitful partnership! Onward!
At 6:57am on November 25, 2008, Abhishek Pandya said…
dear Sir, I am greatful to got the opportunity to introduce myself. I , Abhishek pandya from India working as a senior analyst with an organization and providing technical supports to Microfinance Organization. I have worked as a loan Officer , Branch Manager and Area Manager in grass root level MFI. Its nice to sharing with you about Microfinance and hopeful that it will enhance my capacities in Financing sector to serve the poor in best way.

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