Corporate and Business Partners
GYOStuff, in Cambridge MA, has been a collaborating partner for years. They have helped our team with discounts and advice on hydroponics. Great partners! website
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American Hydroponics is a key partner and has been assisting our group with donations and support.
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General Hydroponics has partnered with us for nearly three years and has helped us scale by providing products and expertise to support classroom teachers.
Sunlight Supply is a new partner and is providing us with expertise and lighting supplies to help teachers conduct creative experiments.
University, School, and Non-Profit Partners
We are a group of academics, environmental professionals and community partners committed to improving the quality of life in our urban communities, especially those that have been historically underserved. We have expertise in science, policy, ethics, natural history, urban planning and educational practices. website
Salve Regina University
Dr. Chace is our core partner. He is the coordinater the interdisciplinary environmental studies major at Salve Regina. He is a Co-PI on our USDA/NFIA urban agriculture grant. Website For Dr. Chace
Groundwork Lawrence (GWL) has been making change happen since its beginnings in 1999. Groundwork Lawrence is a partner on our air quality and urban agriculture projects. Groundwork Lawrence Website
STEM Garden Institute
The STEM Garden Institute’s mission is to deliver STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) curriculum and innovation based learning to students (K-12) through a sustainable platform of hydroponic gardening. Lead partner on all things hydroponics. website
Boston Public Schools
Much of our work is focused in the Boston Public Schools. Our core partners within the district is the Office of English Language Learners and many schools including West Roxbury Academy, Urban Science Academy, Brighton High, Gardner Pilot and many others. BPS Website
Massachusetts Bay Community College
MassBay is a core partner on our NSF funded Advanced Technology Education (ATE) and Innovative Technology Experiences for Students and Teachers (ITEST). We share the common mission of supporting youth to be successful in college through developing STEM skills. MassBay Website