Our Opportunity Center is on the GROW!

Assembling Indoor AquaponicsINMED’s Opportunity Center just received four vertical planters for our indoor aquaponics project! Donated by Loudoun County Health Department Director Dr. David Goodfriend, the aquaponics project will be used as a teaching tool for INMED’s after-school program. They will learn about health, nutrition, sanitation, and maybe even entrepreneurship. This micro-system is modeled after INMED’s highly successful large-scale aquaponics programs it has developed in Jamaica, South Africa and Peru. Watch our progress on www.opportunitycenter.us,  www.inmed.org and www.pinterest.com/inmedchildren/aquaponics/.

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