Community Aquaponics System

Kettering University

The Community Aquaponics System project aims to: examine environmental, economic, and social factors related to the viability and sustainability of the system; conduct research to address knowledge gaps relevant to aquaponics as a method of food production; identify and work to reduce barriers for expanding aquaponics, including issues related to zoning, acquiring permits, and funding; and design and create a scalable, sustainable, working aquaponics farming system at the Oak Business Center in Flint, Mich. Kettering students will offer mentorship support and analysis for youth to build the CAS at the OBC.

Outstanding Thesis Winner Excited that Project will Benefit Flint Community June 19, 2015

Kettering University Receives $25,000 Grant for Aquaponics Farm Project Nov. 1, 2014

Aquaponics project receives $25,000 C3 grant from Ford Motor Company Fund Oct. 27, 2014