Full Circle Earth has “raised the roof” of its new training and research greenhouse in Beverly MA. This involved installing a plastic membrane to complete the greenhouse construction, which began in June 2014.
FCE executive director James Carnazza has been leading this effort. Thanks also to the volunteers whose work was pivotal in making this effort a success.
The goal of this facility is to enable research and development in Aquaponics, Worm Composting and Compost Tea for promoting local and sustainable food production. These are the initial focus points towards promoting a more comprehensive/holistic approach to sustainable farming and living in the North Shore region of Metro Boston.
Our work will include the sharing of relevant appropriate technologies developed at the facility, through workshops, community outreach opportunities as well as k-12 programs, working with local schools as well as programs that cater to special needs students.
We also just got certified as Tax Exempt nonprofit by the IRS. So you can now make a tax deductable donation to support our work via PayPal (or you could just send us a check): http://www.fullcircleearth.org/fce-news/donate-to-fce/
Stay up to date about the project and our work by checking out FCE’s News blog.