Thursday, April 21, 2016

$6.5 million urban ag system to be built at Santa Fe Community College

$6.5 million urban ag system to be built at Santa Fe Community College Albuquerque Journal By Jackie Jadrnak A private New Mexico company is partnering with Santa Fe Community College to build its first urban agriculture system that will yield enough food to provide vegetables and fish for more than 16,000 people. The $6.5 million project, which will be owned and operated by Ecoponex Systems of New Mexico LLC, is expected to create 14 direct jobs and 34 construction jobs, while SFCC will host it in connection with its Biofuels Lab in the Trades and Advanced Technology Center.

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