Canadian Village Turning to Hydroponics for Winter Gardens

Canadian Village Turns to Hydroponics for Winter Gardens
Canadian Village Turns to Hydroponics for Winter Gardens

Enactus, a group of business students from Memorial University, came up with an idea to supply people in isolated communities with hydroponic kits that can grow vegetables year round. They visited Postville this week to give a seminar about Project SucSeed and deliver the first hydroponic kit.” – Residents want to eat better at prices lower than what’s charged for flown-in produce – By Jacob Barker, CBC News

 

Project Description

Project SucSeed
Project SucSeed

“To address the overwhelming need for fresh affordable produce in our province, our team wanted to create a project that would not only address this need, but also do so in an economic and environmentally friendly way – so we created Project SucSeed. To do this we partnered with the Engineering Faculty to create a hydroponic system made of recycled materials.”

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