Today is World Environment Day

Learn more about how INMED is using adaptive agriculture and aquaponics in South Africa, Jamaica and Peru to protect the environment, dramatically increase crop yields and generate year-round produce, fish and income.

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The summer reading lists are out

The summer reading lists are out, and for those interested in gardening as a means of better nutrition, education and engagement, The Power of a Plant by Stephen Ritz is a good read. A teacher in some of the country’s poorest schools, Ritz documents how incorporating gardening and plants into his curriculum played a key role in increasing the graduation rate of students from 17% to 100% and improving attendance to 93% at his South Bronx high school.

INMED has experienced equally impressive outcomes with its school gardens in Brazil, Peru, Jamaica and South Africa. Learn more at

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GlobalGiving Update

We made our goal! Thank you to everyone who contributed to INMED’s GlobalGiving campaign to raise $5,000 to kick start our Financing for Climate-Smart Aquaponics in Jamaica project. We not only made our goal but surpassed it by $808.93! Follow this program on our Facebook page, where we’ll profile the farmers participating in the program. The project is scheduled to launch in June.

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