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Aquaponics For Salt Marsh Restoration

Eco Magazine highlighted the current efforts of Heather Joesting’s lab at modifying aquaponics systems at SARC to be used in growing salt marsh plants (such as Spartina marsh grass) for restoration. Check it out!

Working Group to Address Food Deserts Through Urban Agriculture

Here’s a great aquaponics/urban food opportunity from Savannah State University! The opening kickoff meeting was postponed to 11 April 2021, 2:00-5:00 p.m. and it will be at the SSU Marine Science Center 2717 Livingston Avenue.  These are in-person outdoor events where you can dive deep into aquaponics and meet with local experts. Register here!  Anticipated Meeting […]

Building a Food Oasis in a Pandemic

Georgia Southern Magazine featured aquaponics in their Winter issue – Check out how aquaponics can help meet food demand in areas with minimal access to grocery stores. Building a Food Oasis in a Pandemic

Too much food? Locals need it!

SARC has started donating excess produce during the COVID-19 pandemic, including big bundles of chard, kale, chives, and lettuce. Second Harvest, a local food bank in the Feeding America network Pounce & Spudnik, local businesses packing lunches for homeless Savannians Georgia Southern’s aquaponics farm donates leafy greens during COVID-19 epidemic – The George-Anne Georgia Southern […]

several students talk and enjoy fresh salads and tea at the Southern Cafe

Georgia Farm Monitor TV Spot

Georgia farmers hear the highlights of SARC’s research and partnership with Eagle Dining’s Southern Cafe in this new TV spot by the Georgia Farm Monitor. Check it out!