Helical Sublimation seeks to incorporate aquaponics as a farming method that uses 90% less water than traditional agricultural methods, into the Ryton Gardens site. This farming method also provides two lines of produce, both fish and crops. In order to meet and carry out this intention, I intend to recycle the grey water from hand washing of the 30-60 employees on the site, and also use rainwater collection methods; both sources of water will need to be filtered before being injected into the aquaponics cycle. The handwashing water alone accumulates to over 1000 litres per day on the site. The intervention also purifies all of the human waste produced on the site, via a natural swale system - a series of biodiverse ponds, gravitationally positioned so that the waste flows from swale to swale, and is absorbed by microbes in the soil. School children and the general public will be able to come to the site and learn how to grow crops and fish together in a self-sustained cycle, and also be given the means to create their own DIY aquaponics system at their home/school.