As of June 15th, the BioGarden and Incubator are up and running.
The project was completed in three weeks and has been enhanced from the original plan by adding a 240 gallon fish tank integrated with the new Incubator. Crawfish and live fish food will be raised in the Incubator Tr0ughs, along with algae and duckweed. See our press release for details of the ribbon cutting and Open House on June 25th.
The Atlanta City Sustainability Office made this announcement on their website.
Saturday, June 25 at 12:00 p.m.
Commissioner George Dusenbury, Councilmember Cleta Winslow, WAWA, Dr. Epstein, and Kenneth Lovell will officially open the city’s first public installation of the BioGarden™ and Incubator™, a sustainable farming system. The BioGardenfarming is an entirely new concept in gardening that is considered to be the future of farming. As the city continues to implement its Power to Change sustainability plan, this project is an innovative example of how city departments are working to conserve our water and energy resources.