Science the Earth teamed up with Climate Classes, a non-profit organization located in Washington, DC, to make a short video highlighting how P.R. Harris Food Hub is using sustainable aquaponics and hydroponics to provide nutritious foods to communities living in food deserts. See the video below to take a virtual tour of the P.R. Harris Food Hub, and discover viable alternatives to traditional, resource-intensive agriculture models that provide local, fresh, and nutrient-rich foods to surrounding neighborhoods year-round.
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