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A channel system, used for lettuce-family plants, uses the “nutrient film technique” and can grow more than 10,000 heads of lettuce annually. Photo by Noelle B. Bloom.
A channel system, used for lettuce-family plants, uses the “nutrient film technique” and can grow more than 10,000 heads of lettuce annually. Photo by Noelle B. Bloom.
Salads around campus now feature garden-fresh tomatoes, even in winter.
Salads around campus now feature garden-fresh tomatoes, even in winter.

From the Fall 2013 issue of One College Avenue magazine: Sustainable agriculture makes its home at the Earth Science Center, providing fresh, local, pesticide-free produce for campus eateries.

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