Anderson students suggest hydroponics for food bank

Lettuce grows inside a Purdue Polytechnic greenhouse.Purdue Polytechnic Anderson students are working on a hydroponic solution that will provide produce year-round to Second Harvest Food Bank of East Central Indiana.

Many of the projects at Purdue Polytechnic Anderson require students to partner with industry or a nonprofit to gain real-world experience and put what they’ve learned to good use. The hydroponics project expands on previous student projects that have suggested an improved distribution network and efficient warehousing for Second Harvest, which serves eight counties in central Indiana.

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