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If so, what type of system? (pick all that apply)
raft, NFT, combination
How old is your system?
Less than 6 months
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How big is your fish tank?
Total system capacity is 500 gallons
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New York Sun Works is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization which builds classroom laboratories for schools that utilize innovative growing technologies such as hydroponics and aquaponics. Through this work we aim to greatly enhance the quality of science education in urban schools and to create a generation of environmental stewards who will be equipped to find solutions to the global crises we currently face.

New York Sun Works Info

New York Sun Works has recently launched its "100 Greenhouses" Initiative! Over the next decade, we plan to build 100 greenhouses at schools and in community brownfields in order to increase urban sustainability and enhance science education. It will also increase the amount of local, organic food available within New York.


For more information about New York Sun Works and "100 Greenhouses", please visit our website at


You can also follow our activity on Twitter! nysunworks


And our Facebook page: The Greenhouse Project

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At 1:09pm on March 14, 2011, Jay Wolf said…
Long story short, my uncle sent me an article from the Wall Street Journal talking about Will Allen's place, Growing Power.  He asked me if we could do it.  I said maybe, I would have to look into it.  After doing research for 6 months, I replied back to him and yes it is feasible.  I used to be a hatchery manager for Alpine Farms and we were the first in WI to successfully raise yellow perch in RAS (indoor tanks).  I have the fish part down, now I need the learn the plant side.  I hope that helps!  One question that keeps popping in my head with rooftop greenhouses is obviously the weight concern.  I assume only specific buildings can support the weight of the water?
At 8:34am on March 14, 2011, Aaron said…
Hi New York Sun Works!  I'm about to start our high school AP program this year.  Would love to contact you!  My name is Aaron Fiordimondo. I teach biology, environmental science, and forensics # 856 308 3782

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