Cleveland Public School receives grant for hydroponic, aeroponic systems

Cleveland Public School receives grant for hydroponic, aeroponic systems

CLEVELAND, Minn. (KEYC) — A new grant will help students at Cleveland Public School develop their green thumbs.

Thanks to a $12,739 grant provided by the Brown, Nicollet, Le Sueur, and Waseca Counties Statewide Health Improvement Partnership, hydroponic and aeroponic systems will be installed, allowing for greens to be grown year-round.

Cleveland Public School received a $12,739 grant from the Brown, Nicollet, Le Sueur, and Waseca Counties Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) to install hydroponic and aeroponic systems that will allow for greens to be grown year-round.
Cleveland Public School received a $12,739 grant from the Brown, Nicollet, Le Sueur, and Waseca Counties Statewide Health Improvement Partnership (SHIP) to install hydroponic and aeroponic systems that will allow for greens to be grown year-round. (Source: Cleveland Public School)

The school’s website says it will allow students to grow greens for their own school lunches.

The new equipment is expected to be installed sometime this summer.

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