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Hydroponics, Aquaponics, and Aquaculture  




Food & Finance High School, in New York City, is a partner school of Cornell University, and Cornell Cooperative Extension.  Food & Finance offers a rigorous academic curriculum that engages students and prepares them for college.  The High School runs an outstanding culinary program that stresses academic achievement and is getting stronger each year with students excelling at their internships, winning competitions, and going on to succeed in college.  The heart of the culinary curriculum is its highly esteemed Hydroponics and Aquaculture program.  It features science and research labs that produce fresh, clean food.  State of the art cutting edge technology for production of cleaner and safer foods were invented and further developed by Philson A.A. Warner, applied scientist at Cornell University Cooperative Extension.  Warner is the founding director of the CUCE hydroponics, aquaculture, and aquaponics labs and technologies.  With this curriculum Warner’s students not only achieve expertise in science but in addition learn about sustainable food production, and nutrition.


Located in the heart of "Hell's Kitchen" in Manhattan. 50th St. between 10th & 11th Ave.