Here is a video about two schools, that are highlighted in a news story for winning $10000 of grant money for their students’ projects linking sustainability education, community and industry partnerships.
Chris Newman, a onetime novelist, has converted 14,000 square feet in a former rose-growing facility into stream channels, gravel beds and water pipes to raise fish and grow vegetables commercially.
Lots' of video today - Now some Education -Fish farming is making a splash with students at a South Side university. They are hoping it will inspire others in their community to eat locally grown, healthy foods.
Aside from getting more information and unravelling different mysteries of the ocean, marine biologists also aim to learn more about processes that will ultimately provide for the growing needs of populations all over the globe.
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