Project Feed 1010 aims to educate citizens in sustainable food production and research these systems for optimization. Each of these components will be accomplished through utilizing the combined knowledge of the crowd - a network of scientists, farmers, educators, and students. Create your own profile to be part of the community and have access to the worldwide network of sustainable food thinkers!
Once you’ve created a profile (requires a Google account), you can communicate with other members of the community to learn more about sustainable food production and get feedback about your own food system. You can also be part of a community group with members like you to share resources such as curriculum and advice.
Monitor and analyze data from aquaponic systems around the world to observe and compare patterns and trends in these complex systems. Have your own aquaponic system? Input, monitor, and analyze data from your own sustainable food production system. Manually collect and input water quality and food production data to track your system’s progress. If you’re interested in automated, constant data collection using sensors, contact our software engineer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you teach in a public school or an informal setting, we have curriculum for you to educate your students using hands-on, project-based, and standards-aligned lessons. Visit our education tab to access this curriculum and learn to build your own aquaponic system using other resources.
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