INMED Aquaponics® intern
Maria Helena Gonçalves is an intern at INMED Brasil, and carries out her activities directly in our first aquaponics system in Brazil. As a student of the SERTA agroecology technical course and doing her curricular internship on campus, there are many exchanges of experiences and partnerships with professors and other students. Her contribution to aquaponics attracts attention and arouses the curiosity of the academic world, but also of local farmers seeking innovation and climate-smart alternatives.
“Working in the aquaponics system brings this innovative vision that we have strategies to deal with the problems that directly impact the issue of food and nutrition in the world. I am very proud to be part of this system, mainly because we work with donations for people who need this production.”