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Provided in collaboration with and Professor Linda Keane


Aquaponics combines plants and fish in an integrated system in which wastewater from fish tanks is used to provide the nutrients for hydroponically grown plants, and the nutrient-free water produced by the plants is circulated back to the fish tanks.

Image by Shawn Ang

Earth worms (there are approximately 2,7000 species known) eat and digest garbage and excrete nutrient-rich worm waste! Let's learn about how they can aid in producing healthy soil for plants.

Hands Holding Dirt researches and creates trans disciplinary journeys that engage local ideas with global practices. Participants move from the computer into the community and learn about themselves, their neighbors, and their friends as they engage history and culture of place and explore sustainable design possibilities.

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