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US (TX): Students make a pretty penny with aquaponics

It's Senora Scott's fourth year to catch up with a group of middle school students from Corsicana, Texas who are leading the way in innovation for agriculture with their ag mechanics projects.

A group of 8th graders from Corsicana thought the future of agriculture looked a little fishy. So, they decided to look outside the bowl and use those fish to find the answer.

These guys spent a lot of time on this project.

"624 working hours."

With multiple food sources developing at the same time, you're doubling your yield and your income. Speaking of money, this group isn't federally funded so they have to raise it all themselves. It's a pretty penny.

"$17,571.19."

Read more at KIDY (Senora Scott)

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