In today's fast-paced world, students are facing an onslaught of distractions and are becoming increasingly disconnected. Traditional teaching methods just aren't driving engagement like they used to.
The best educators are always looking for innovative ways to impact their students and their community. But they can’t risk their investment (or reputation) on solutions that simply don’t work or engage students at scale.
Sourcing food from your own, sustainable hydroponic farm helps you create your own hyperlocal food system and frees you from the constraints of the existing supply chain.
Traditional methods aren’t engaging enough. Even when educators try something new, it often results in limited participation or inadequate hands-on learning.
When students are engaged, they are happy. They connect with the subject matter and are inspired to deepen their learning and then apply what they learn in school to the world outside the classroom.
It has been proven that connecting students to fresh food can have a positive, transformative impact on their health, education, and community.
Teachers and school support staff are stretched to the limit and cannot afford to waste time babysitting projects that don’t engage their kids. Adopt an easy-to-manage solution and allow educators to focus on teaching and fostering student growth.
A school garden program offers benefits like academic growth and community connection. Indoor hydroponic gardening provides a practical solution, offering a simple, impactful way to create transformative hands-on learning opportunities where outdoor gardens fall short.
Stop wasting time and money on projects that don’t engage students at scale
Most hydroponic garden systems can teach science concepts, but aren’t large enough to engage a full classroom or impactfully feed the community.
Adopting a program that does not have an education-first focus makes it very challenging for teachers to truly engage their students.
What is a teacher’s reward for trying new, or innovative, things in the classroom? Having to spend more time implementing and managing the project than educating.
An easy-to-manage solution, plus support that all but guarantees success while also freeing educators to focus on teaching kids