Our company consists out of a well-diversified and devoted team of Africans and non-Africans, all experienced in the field of aquaculture, agribusiness, project management and commercial & financial development.

Gerrit Valkenburg (Netherlands)
Managing Director

The founder of Cluster Farming is a constructional engineer and visionary entrepreneur with a vast Africa experience. His clear view on the development of new markets with a constant emphasis on the triple bottom line of sustainable management brought him to different parts of the world over the last 25 years. From the very beginning, Mr Valkenburg envisioned sustainable development with a strong business philosophy and strategy. The result will be a highly respected sustainable company, whose guiding principles are exceptional service, transparent communication, comprehensive development planning in agriculture and corporate social responsibility.


Maurice Valkenburg (Netherlands)
Supply Chain Manager

“The first time I saw the farm I was amazed and enthusiastic, and the idea caught me immediately: the creation and development of the first sustainable and biological farm in Ghana is an exciting challenge. For Cluster Farming water is more than a liquid, it is an essential element for fish processing, a common element between fish life and plants growth, moreover it is purified and reused in the production site for an eco-friendly approach. Therefore, Cluster Farming is like water, which in face of obstacles, does not give up, nor fights unnecessarily, but finds the road and outwits them. That is why I work here.”

Ben Oquaye Benjamin Anum Oquaye (Ghana)
Hatching / Breeding Manager - African catfish

"why I like to work with catfish because I have a lot of experience to grow catfish from fingerlings to table sizes in rural America, Smithfield, North Carolina. I came back to my home country and heard about Cluster Farming from friends in Ghana, and the contribution that Cluster Farming has made on local small scale catfish farmers, helping to expand their business and make from small scale catfish farmers commercial farmers. That's the reason to be part of Cluster Farming to create an impact and enhance the life's of those they touch. Next to this Cluster Farming grow catfish biologically and recycle water for an eco-friendly production to create and produce high quality catfish"


Patricia Valkenburg (Netherlands)
Landscaping / farm design

"My utmost desire to join Cluster Farming stems from the fact that Cluster Farming is championing in developing small scale farmers in to  commercial farmers. This is a positive economic impact for Ghana’s agricultural sector. Agriculture always was and always will be a very important part of Ghana’s economic success and Cluster Farming is determined to be its largest promoter and therefore I am proud to be part of the Cluster Farming team, since I believe in making reality out of opportunities."