North Flint Healthy Food Initiative (2016)
Co-Implementation Plan - Summer, 2016
Authors: Kettering University; Bob Brown, Michigan State University
The project creates a self-sustainable, resident-owned aquaponic system in the West Pulaski neighborhood of Flint that allows neighbors to work together to improve their well-being. The aquaponic will be used to grow foods that mitigate the effects of lead poisoning in people, especially children. The aquaponic system will be built into a house owned by the Block Club and maintained by themselves for themselves. This first Aquahouse is a demonstration project to understand product yields, value to residents, and potential for additional aquaponic projects around Flint.
Project Updated As Of September 30th, 2016