NYC’s largest student-built hydroponic farm leading students and Bronx community to healthier futures

A hydroponic farm at a Bronx school is New York City’s biggest student-built, indoor, vertical hydroponic farm. DeWitt Clinton High School campus students teamed up with Teens for Food Justice (TFFJ) to build an indoor, vertical hydroponic farm in an unused third-floor lab in the school building. Students will grow more than 25,000 lbs of produce annually to feed their entire school and its 1,300 students daily and … Continue reading NYC’s largest student-built hydroponic farm leading students and Bronx community to healthier futures

GrubTubs: Supporting local farmers by transforming food waste into nutrient-rich animal feed

GrubTubs is a food waste initiative supporting small farms across Texas by turning food waste into economical animal feed. GrubTubs collects food from restaurants before it turns into waste and uses it to help local farmers turn it into sustainable and affordable animal feed. The food waste project started in Austin to redefine food waste as an economic opportunity rather than an economic loss and disrupt food, … Continue reading GrubTubs: Supporting local farmers by transforming food waste into nutrient-rich animal feed