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Andrea Jacobsen

Environmental Sustainability/SOIL Lab Teacher at STEM Middle School at Baldwin Road
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Aquaculture

3 lessons, 6 files
How does aquaculture meet the global demand for protein? Students discover the science and challenges behind global fish farming by completing these three lessons.
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Aquaponics and rainbow babies: living, dying, learning

Apr 14, 2017
Terri Mountjoy is an Intervention Specialist at the Greene County Career Center. She decided to do the Here Fishy Fishy lesson with her students after attending the Ag Biotech Academy workshop. This curriculum allows students to take on multiple …
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Aquaponics update #1

Feb 3, 2022
We shared a while back about how two GrowNextGen teacher leaders were setting up aquaponics in their classroom. Fish eat soybean meal, and the Ohio Soybean Council generously provided funds for these endeavors. Carroll High School teacher Todd …
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Aquaponics update #2

Mar 2, 2022
Todd Tayloe of Carroll High School is raising plants and trout in an indoor growing system. He reports on the project: The new seeds arrived! We did some more planting. The fish are doing well. We have not lost any in weeks and they seem to finally …
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Aquaponics update #3: Farming fish

Apr 19, 2022
Todd Tayloe of Carroll High School is raising plants and trout in an indoor growing system. He reports: “It has been a year of ups and downs for sure. We first lost most of the fish and now the next batch of vegetables did not germinate. We planted …
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Classroom grant + student input = great new supplies!

Oct 11, 2021
Jennifer Foudray teaches biotechnology at Miami Valley Career Technology Center. She was one of three lucky classroom grant winners in the Educating with Excellence: Build GrowNextGen into your lesson planning webinar held in September. “The …
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John Thomas

Biotechnology and Environmental Science instructor at Tolles Technical Center, Fairbanks Middle and High School
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Rob Niedermeyer

Design and Engineering teacher at Hannah Ashton Middle School
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The end of the aquaculture project….

Jun 1, 2022
Todd Tayloe of Carroll High School had grand plans for his classroom aquaculture project. He’d raise fish and plants, letting the fish waste fertilize the plants in a sustainable cycle. However, he faced some challenges as things went along, as …