Students and applicants may now earn an official certification in the burgeoning field of hydroponics through our partners at Roger Williams University. Students may take courses in an in-person lab format or online and receive their certificate after completion of the 6-week course. Students will learn the basics of plant biology, the many benefits of hydroponic farming and its advantages over traditional farming as well as other forms of alternate farming. As international demand of hydroponics increases, students who complete the course may pursue a fulfilling career in hydroponic farming anywhere in the world. For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/2InbV7M
Grade-school students may now learn and interact with hydroponic technology as a part of our educational initiative, Project Sprout. This allows students as young as 5-years-old to witness the plant growth first-hand with adult supervision. Our goal with Project Sprout is to educate the next generation to the possibilities of sustainable technology and the benefits of sustainable living in a fun and educational manner. Students will learn about plant growth, nutritional value of the plants and all the fun things one may grow with hydroponics.
Diaspora Yeshiva Program
Discover our Hydroponic Program next to King David's Tomb in Jerusalem administered by the Diaspora Yeshiva, a Jewish seminary group