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Agriculture in Venetie, AK

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Green Our Planet expands the Hydroponics Program to Alaska. We’ve recently sent our hydro units to a tiny, Native American K-12 school in the town of Venetie, located 70 miles above the Arctic Circle. The school has only 58 students and the town has a population of under 200. Soon, the students will be able to sell fresh produce (all of which is currently flown in by Bush Plane and where a head of lettuce costs $9.00) to the rest of the community while using the hydroponic systems to teach students STEM, nutrition and conservation.

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Fairbanks

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Green Our Planet expands the Hydroponics Program to Alaska. We’ve recently sent our hydro units to a tiny, Native American K-12 school in the town of Venetie, located 70 miles above the Arctic Circle. The school has only 58 students and the town has a population of under 200. Soon, the students will be able to sell fresh produce (all of which is currently flown in by Bush Plane and where a head of lettuce costs $9.00) to the rest of the community while using the hydroponic systems to teach students STEM, nutrition and conservation.

Click on the images to the right to view this amazing success story.

 

Green Our Planet expands the Hydroponics Program to Alaska. We’ve recently sent our hydro units to a tiny, Native American K-12 school in the town of Venetie, located 70 miles above the Arctic Circle. The school has only 58 students and the town has a population of under 200. Soon, the students will be.

Click on the images to the right to view this amazing success story.

 

Green Our Planet expands the Hydroponics Program to Alaska. We’ve recently sent our hydro units to a tiny, Native American K-12 school in the town of Venetie, located 70 miles above the Arctic Circle. The school has only 58 students and the town has a population of under 200. Soon, the students will be able to sell fresh produce (all of which is currently flown in by Bush Plane and where a head of lettuce costs $9.00) to the rest of the community while using the hydroponic systems to teach students STEM, nutrition and conservation.

Click on the images to the right to view this amazing success story.

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