December 10, 2019
INTAG Selected for ACRES Project Greenhouse
State College, Pennsylvania
INTAG Systems has been selected to design and install an aquaponic system for the ACRES Project , a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that creates social and workforce development opportunities for adults with autism. The ACRES Project has been awarded a $100,000 Centre Inspires grant to fund construction of a new greenhouse as well as the design and installation of an INTAG Natural...
December 10, 2019
INTAG Aquaponic Systems Spur Opportunities for Collaboration in Training
Oley, PA
Going on its fourth year with INTAG Natural Nutrient Systems (INNS) in their greenhouse learning environment, students enrolled in the Berks County Career and Technology Horticulture program have been reliably producing a variety of crops including tomatoes, strawberries, cilantro, chives, basil, pineapple, lettuce, kale and edible flowers. All of the produce is used within the Berks Career & Technology Center, by...
November 15, 2019
Gov. Wolf Tours State-Funded Aquaponics Lab That Teaches Students About Science and Leadership
Camp Hill, Pennsylvania
West Shore School District students led Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf on a tour of a new aquaponics lab at Cedar Cliff High School recently. Funded with a $250,000 grant awarded by the Wolf administration, the new lab provides hands-on learning for students across the school district to develop skills in science, business and leadership. The...
November 11, 2019
Harrisburg University Expands Aquaponics Program with Opening of New Research Lab, designed by INTAG Systems
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
This fall, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology (HU) opened a dedicated research space within the new Student Union that will provide students and faculty with a venue for exploring technological advances in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA). The lab features the patented INTAG Natural Nutrient System (INNS) technology that brings reliable and consistent organic nutrient...
October 15, 2019
West Shore School District Unveils Aquaponics Lab powered by INTAG
Harrisburg, PA
In addition to the usual excitement on the first day of school, students in the West Shore School District’s day also included the reveal of a brand-new learning environment – an Aquaponics Lab at Cedar Cliff High School. INTAG Systems partnered with the school district over the summer to create this new hands-on learning environment...
September 30, 2019
INTAG Completes Feasibility Study in Armenia
Yerevan, Armenia
INTAG Systems has completed a feasibility study and system design for the first commercial-scale aquaponics system in Armenia. MAquaponics LLC, owned by an Armenian family, is creating a new urban farm in the village of Ddmashen which is located just south of Lake Sevan. This system will be Armenia’s first large-scale aquaponics operation designed to...
September 10, 2019
INTAG completes first system in Nigeria
Afao, Ekiti State, Nigeria
INTAG Systems (USA) and CBC Emea Ltd (Nigeria) have completed their first system together at the Governors Gifted Academy in Ekiti State, Nigeria. The INTAG Natural Nutrient System (INNS) uses tilapia waste as the nutrient source that feeds into four large media beds which are currently growing peppers, tomatoes, and herbs. “We are thrilled to have completed the system...
August 21, 2019
INTAG Natural Nutrient Systems drastically reduce nutrient dosing rates in hydroponic tomatoes.
Delph, The Netherlands
INTAG Systems (USA) and Groen Agro Control (NL) have completed the first phase of validation trials comparing the proprietary technology of the INTAG Natural Nutrient Systems (INNS) to the best-in-class synthetic hydroponic fertilizers . The preliminary results are very encouraging and point to lower fertilizer costs, increased crop yields, and the ability to replace chemical fertilizers in hydroponic growing. INTAG...
August 15, 2019
AgTech and Software heavyweights Amy O’Shea and Matt Harrell join INTAG Board of Advisors
INTAG Systems, the leading provider of integrated agricultural systems, has welcomed Amy O’Shea and Matthew Harrell to its Board of Advisors.  Amy O’Shea has spent her career in food and agriculture throughout North America, most recently as a Vice President of FMC Corporation , serving as their business director for North America Crop for FMC Agricultural Solutions. Amy’s deep industry knowledge and network...
August 2, 2019
INTAG Systems Announces RFI for Applied Sciences Campus in Pennsylvania
Integrated Agricultural Systems, Inc. (INTAG Systems) is seeking input from prospective vendors and partners in the Food, Agriculture, Renewable Resources, and Environmental Science sectors. The Request for Information, on behalf of a confidential educational institution, is soliciting responses from businesses and like-minded organizations in all aspects of the Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) disciplines. The purpose...
April 22, 2019
Gannett Fleming CEO joins INTAG Board of Directors
INTAG Systems, the leading provider of integrated agricultural systems has welcomed Bob Scaer, CEO of Gannett Fleming , to its Board of Directors. Mr. Scaer brings a wealth of expertise to the Board that will better enable the company to scale the proprietary technology behind the INTAG Natural Nutrient Systems . Gannett Fleming , a global engineering firm, known for its work in transportation and infrastructure has...
October 30, 2018
INTAG SECURES 1ST PATENT – US Patent NUMBER 10112858
Harrisburg, PA — INTAG’s dedication to recycling previously wasted nutrients was rewarded with US Patent number 10112858 on October 30th, 2018 from the United States Patent Office. In simple terms, the patent surrounds a biological process for taking organic nutrient streams such as plant or animal waste and turning them into plant mass or highly consistent organic fertilizer. The...
January 10, 2018
INTAG featured at the 2018 PA Farm Show
INTAG is featured in the “Know Your Farmer” exhibition area of the 102nd Pennsylvania Farm Show through January 13th. This year’s interactive booth includes several learning stations for children and adults to engage with aquaponics, variable spectrum lighting, fluid dynamics, water chemistry and more.   abc27 News interviewed Paul Nickerson, INTAG vice president of applied sciences, regarding INTAG’s aquaculture technology. Nickerson also explains the importance of controlled environment agriculture and education in...
October 15, 2017
INTAG CEO SPEAKS AT TEDX HARRISBURG
INTAG CEO Bob Welsh shared his personal and professional perspective related to the 2017 TEDx Harrisburg theme, “evolution.” Welsh invited the audience to take a journey with him about his experience with the youth of Harrisburg and their eventual collective desire to solve community problems, like urban food deserts and vocational worker shortages. He said the the first step of...
October 11, 2017
INTAG RISES AMONG THE REST WITH AOL CO-FOUNDER STEVE CASE’S TOUR
Harrisburg, PA — INTAG was one of only nine finalists selected by AOL Co-founder Steve Case’s Rise of the Rest – central Pennsylvania tour – highlighting innovative technology companies outside of Silicon Valley. INTAG President Ian Kanski addressed Case and a panel of business and community leaders at Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center on Tuesday.  Kanski explained INTAG’s mission and...
September 6, 2017
TEDx Features INTAG CEO Bob Welsh
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Harrisburg, PA (September 5, 2017) – TEDxHarrisburg organizers selected INTAG CEO Bob Welsh to present at this year’s TEDx event on October 15 at the Harrisburg Midtown Arts Center. Welsh and the other 11 presenters will address the event’s 2017 theme: Evolve. A community developer turned successful entrepreneur, Welsh has a unique...
September 1, 2017
FAIRFIELD HIGH SCHOOL INSTALLS INTAG SYSTEMS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – INTAG completed the installations of two new aquaponics systems at Fairfield High School in south-central Pennsylvania. The new systems serve as a production facility and science lab for interactive STEM/STEAM learning, using aquaponics and horticulture as the core subject matter. Fairfield gutted the interior space of an existing 1200-square...
February 22, 2017
INTAG INSTALLS New Aquaponics Technology AT LARGEST AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL IN US
$150,000 Program Provides Hands-On Learning & Potential Dual Enrollment
Philadelphia, PA — Students at W.B. Saul High School in Philadelphia will soon learn how fish poop is the foundation to a successful aquaponics system and how to parlay their educational experiences into real world jobs. Integrated Agriculture Systems (INTAG) has built the first phase of a state-of-the-art aquaponics system in the aquaculture room of the agriculture building at Saul. The 600-square foot...
February 5, 2017
NIGERIAN EDUCATION DELEGATION VISITS INTAG AS A ‘U.S. CENTER OF EXCELLENCE’
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – A special delegation of business and government leaders from Nigeria will visit INTAG headquarters this month to view and discuss using INTAG systems for modernizing sustainable agriculture practices and technical and vocational education in central Nigeria. The Nigerian delegation will include officials from the Federal Ministry of Education along...
September 30, 2016
The Sentinel Article: Entrepreneur trying to get aquaponics taught in local schools
The Carlisle Sentinel features INTAG COO Jen Delaye and the aquaponics and event facility at Ladder & Vine in Camp Hill, PA. Click here to read: Entrepreneur trying to get aquaponics taught in local schools