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House of Correction's Aquaponics Lab Feeding Needy, Improving Skills
  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire County House of Correction has had something fishy going on for awhile now.    Community leaders and others got a chance on Wednesday to […]...
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House of Correction's Aquaponics Lab Feeding Needy, Improving Skills

  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — The Berkshire County House of Correction has had something fishy going on for awhile now.    Community leaders and others got a chance on Wednesday to […]

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Berkshire House of Corrections: Aquaponics program for inmates brings new skills

    This article originally on the Berkshire Eagle.   By Dick Lindsay   PITTSFIELD — Berkshire inmates will soon learn how to grow fresh vegetables toward a fresh start […]

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Student-grown vegetables donated to local organization to help with coronavirus

This article originally appeared on WBTV. Students, non-profit feed the hungry CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Fresh, healthy produce grown by students attending Myers Park and Garinger High Schools was donated […]

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Berkshire Education and Correction Services aquaponics lab steps up to help feed the community

This article originally appeared on The Berkshire Edge.   Berkshire County Sheriff’s Deputy Robin McGraw shows lettuce growing in the Berkshire Education and Correction Services aquaponics training facility. Photo: James […]

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Non-Profit Teaches Students Aquaponics

This article originally appeared on Spectrum News.     BY KATY SOLT   MOORESVILLE, N.C. -- A non-profit in Charlotte-area schools is bringing classroom lessons to life, while also helping others.  […]

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3 reasons to attend the third annual Homegrown Tomato Festival

This article originally appeared on CharlotteFive. Courtesy of Homegrown Tomato FestivalWhen you think of tomatoes, you never think of them as a vegetable to celebrate for a festival. We normally […]

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Wilson’s World: Learning About Aquaponics at Walter G. Byers School

Watch the video here CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Wilson was with students, teachers and Principle Anthony Calloway of Walter G. Byers School in Charlotte where he was learning more about their […]

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Homegrown Tomato Festival will support 100 Gardens exciting new vision to teach CMS kids life and environmental skills

  This article originally appear on CLTure By Sydney Hennighausen Sam Fleming’s passion is clear when you meet him. Everything from sporting his non-profit’s T-shirt to the animated arm gestures when […]

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Webb Street shows off aquaponics prowess

This article originally appeared in the Gaston Gazette. By Dashiell Coleman  There are a lot of good things budding at Webb Street School in Gastonia. Lately, the lettuce is chief […]

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