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Project Feed 1010 Joins UW Earth Day Event

PF1010-Earth Day

Our team from Project Feed 1010 participated in the University of Washington’s Earth Day events on April 22, which took place on Red Square. Our researchers shared their work in aquaponics.

Read more about Project Feed 1010 work.

tabletop aquaponics

A tabletop aquaponics system. Aquaponics involves growing plants using water and fish. The plants help provide nutrients in the water for the fish and the fish, in return, provide nutrients for the plants.

PF1010-Earth Day-booth

Serdar Turkarslan, Jessica Day and Claudia Ludwig – all members for the Baliga Lab – at the Project Feed 1010 booth.

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