Richard spent 26 years as a software engineer in Austin, TX, before he and his family moved four hours away in the summer of 2015 to an area where they didn’t know anyone. They took their 10’th grade daughter, kicking and screaming, from one of the best Government schools in Texas to a totally unknown (to them) small school in a small community.
Since then, they have built a commercial aquaponics system and started to sell into the market. Richard has his PDC from the online Geoff Lawton program in 2014 and has been a listener to the survival podcast since episode 415 and an MSB member for three years.
This is one of those rare shows were I was proactive in asking the guest to fill out a guest survey form. I happened to connect with Richard after publishing one of my videos on youtube. It was a small water garden system I was doing and he gave me a link to his set up, I was blown away! He then told me how long he had been listening to TSP and that we were partly why he had made this life change, so I asked him right away to please come share his story. Today you will hear that story. It is pretty awesome.
Resources for today’s show…
- Join the Members Brigade
- The Year 1912
- Join Our Forum
- Walking To Freedom
- TSP Gear
- TspAz.com – Support TSP When You Shop Amazon
- The Granddaddy’s Gun Club
- East Texas Aquaponics
- Spot On Farm
- Richard’s Aquaponics Videos on Youtube
- The War Was In Color – Carbon Leaf
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