Sixth through eighth grade students at West Hollow Middle School are exploring two different methods of growing veggies and herbs using alternative agricultural practices suited for nontraditional growing environments.
The students of West Hollow Middle School in the Half Hollow Hills School District are growing food indoors using open source hardware and software. They’re exchanging what they learn with students across the country and around the world.
Part child, part machine, all farmer: West Hollow Middle School students help FarmBot work the land. Written by Gregory Zeller of Innovate Long Island.
In this podcast interview by UK based PiTop, we discuss educating our youth about the future of food through project based learning.
Programming Electronics Academy outlines the mission of the Hack the Hollow Coding and Engineering club at West Hollow Middle School.
The students at West Hollow Middle School in Long Island, USA, are serious about environmental issues.
West Hollow students create a model that other US schools could follow to measure their carbon footprint and reduce it.