Students at Kempton Park primary school in Johannesburg, South Africa display their fishy works of art, an activity to teach the children how to care for the fish in the school’s new aquaponics system, which was installed last month by INMED South Africa and Air Products. The vegetables and fish produced by the aquaponics system will be used in the school’s meals program. The project is among several INMED initiatives to increase children’s access to fresh, nutritious food and strengthen food security through school-based gardens and aquaponics. Learn more at https://inmed.org/aquaponics.
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