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Sea To Sky Aquaponics operates out of Squamish, British Columbia

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Large Hydroponic Garden. Footprint : 52×32?. Capacity: 60 baby kale plants; growth rate is approximately 3 weeks from date of seedling transplant.

Aquaponics educational program provides a hands on learning approach and is relevant to the biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics and industrial arts curriculums

Excerpts From Sea To Sky Aquaponics website:

Sea To Sky Aquaponics’ vision is to educate and empower people to grow their own food. With awareness about the benefits of sustainable agriculture increasing, people are demanding alternatives to the industrialized food system. The benefits of our systems are many.

Our focus is on building custom, small scale hydroponic and aquaponic food production systems for year round food production. We build systems for schools, restaurants, offices and homes, with an equal emphasis placed upon functionality and aesthetics. Our systems work and they look good!

Sea To Sky Aquaponics operates out of Squamish, British Columbia and was established in 2016 by Jonathan Luckhurst. They have worked with the following Clients:

Skwxwú7mesh Úxwumixw (Squamish Nation)
BC Agriculture in the Classroom
Vancouver Biennale
Nutraponics Canada
Squamish CAN (Climate Action Network)
Don Ross Middle School (Brackendale, BC)
Rick Hansen Secondary (Abbotsford, BC)

See their website here.