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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 tour an inmate-run greenhouse that takes hydroponics — growing plants in a nutrient solution — to another level of sus...
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100 Gardens wins Third Place at SEED20

Sam Fleming Class of 2018 Award Third Place Winner ($7,500) 100 Gardens provides exciting learning experiences in STEM, nutrition, and environmental studies by implementing aquaponics gardens in schools. As a result, students change the way they think about learning, food and one another becoming smarter, healthier, and more compassionate people. This is a necessary step […]

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100 Gardens on Carolina IMPACT

Watch the episode here: https://www.pbs.org/video/carolina-impact-carolina-impact-season-3-episode-16/

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How fish and plants are working together to connect cultures through 100 Gardens

This article originally appeared in CharlotteFive. How fish and plants are working together to connect cultures through 100 Gardens BY VANESSA INFANZON Every day that I interview someone for a CharlotteFive story, I learn something new. I am often inspired. And sometimes I am in awe. This was one of those days when all three […]

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How 100 Gardens teaches Charlotte children and feeds the hungry at the same time

This article originally appeared on The Charlotte Agenda A Charlotte nonprofit has figured out a way to educate students using hands-on, real-world applications and to connect young people in Charlotte with the youth of developing countries, all while providing food for the hungry of our community. It might sound like a utopian pipe dream, but it’s real […]

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Humansynthesis: How Ron Morgan plans on leaving a lasting legacy

This article originally appeared on CLTure. 100 Gardens founder leaves a lasting legacy By Drea Atkins December 12, 2015 Ron Morgan’s usually homespun living room is abuzz with anticipation about his upcoming art auction at The Elder Gallery on December 17th. The visionary and co-founder behind 100 Gardens is well-known for his career as an […]

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Ron Morgan and the Story of '100 Gardens'

This episode originally aired on WFAE's Charlotte Talks When Haiti was hit with a devastating earthquake, Charlotte architect Ron Morgan knew he had to do something. So he went to Haiti and decided to create aquaponic gardens. These gardens would not only grow crops but fish, too, and provide people in Haiti with a sustainable […]

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Disaster in Haiti, homeless man inspire gardens project

This article originally appeared on The Daily Gazette   By Elizabeth Leland/The Charlotte Observer There are many reasons Ron Morgan’s 100 Gardens project could fail, but there are more reasons he’s determined to make it work, one vegetable seedling at a time. The idea behind the nonprofit came to Morgan after a trip to Haiti […]

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Ghosts and Visionaries: On Aquaponics

This article originally appeared on Edible Charlotte. In a woodsy kitchen just off East Boulevard in Dilworth, Ron Morgan, Sam Fleming and Charlie Oliphant of 100 Gardens are heating up a gray misty morning with yet another passionate discussion about fish. “Koi don’t seem nearly as intelligent as tilapia,” Fleming is saying. A darkly bearded […]

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Preparing Our Children For The Future & Saving Our Environment For Them

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PO Box 221831
Charlotte, NC 28222
Sam Fleming
Executive Director
sam@100gardens.org
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