The room will be Gates 271.
Thanks,
-Esther

On Mon, Jan 6, 2020 at 9:24 AM Esther Jang <infra...@cs.washington.edu>
wrote:

> *Join us for the first Change Seminar of the year, tomorrow 1/7!*
>
>
> *When*: Tuesday 1/7, 12pm-1pm
> *Where*: TBD- there will be another email to announce the room
> *Who: *Andrew Powers
> *Title: *Eco - Tech In the Urban Garden
>
> *Bio:*
>
> Andrew is a graduate of Seattle University and holds a B.A. in Digital
> Design. As a passionate S.T.E.M. educator, he focuses on connecting people
> in underserved communities with technology in culturally competent ways.
> In 2015, Andrew and his twin brother Adam joined forces to create Key Tech
> labs, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that strives to provide open sourced education to
> underserved communities in order to empower the community through project
> based learning and S.T.E.M. Education.
>
> *Summary:*
> Eco - Tech in the Urban Garden is a program where we use the disciplines
> of science, technology, engineering, and math (S.T.E.M.) to produce the
> producers. The practice of agriculture is what helped humanity rise and
> grow, and S.T.E.M. is the soil that feed that growth. In our program we
> teach our students how to build a “Farmbot GreenHouse” a  robot that will
> water, weed, and seed a garden, as well as smart greenhouse that will
> monitor the garden as it also provides protection. The program isn't just
> designed to provide education, but to produce food, jobs, and a community
> of self sustainable people with the choice to use, share, or sell the
> fruits of their labor.
>
>
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