GROWING FOOD. GROWING COMMUNITIES.
Baltimore's Urban Agriculture Center: Revitalizing the city through employment, education, fresh food access, food preparation instruction, green space, and community engagement.
WHAT IS HYDROPONIC FARMING
Simply put, hydroponic farming is high-volume food production grown without any dirt or conventional fertilizers involved. It allows growing food anywhere throughout the year, regardless of ground soil conditions, water limitations, and climate. It offers increased food security, uses less water and plant nutrient inputs than traditional agriculture, allows pesticide-free farming, and makes growing some crops possible when doing so outdoors and/or in native soil is impossible.
Impacting community development in a growing field including employment and career opportunities year round.
REFERENCE GARDEN CULTURE MAGAZINE