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 A teacher at Kempton Park primary school in Johannesburg, South Africa wrote to marvel about how INMED’s school aquaponics system has inspired one of her students, who needs an adapted curriculum for a learning disability. “He loves working in the aquaponics garden,” she said. So, she gave him LEGO blocks and asked him to build an aquaponics system. He then had to explain to his teacher how the system works. “I had to write nearly two pages of information that he gave me!”

The tower in the middle is the food pyramid. Just another example of how INMED and Air Products are using aquaponics not only to provide food security and better nutrition to children in distressed communities, but also as an adaptive learning tool for students with disabilities. Learn more at