Food Security — A HAPI Perspective

The respect­ed blog, Glob­al Food Secu­ri­ty, has pub­lished an arti­cle by HAPI founder Tyler Reed. It describes how local, sus­tain­able food pro­duc­tion tech­niques like those being devel­oped and pro­mot­ed by the HAPI project can be used to mit­i­gate pro­duc­tion con­straints that impact spe­cif­ic regions, com­mu­ni­ties and cul­tures. Reed argues that “Small-scale, dis­trib­uted pro­duc­tion using flex­i­ble hydro­pon­ic and aquapon­ic tech­niques is an essen­tial ele­ment of any tru­ly robust food pro­duc­tion strat­e­gy.”

Global Food Security logoThe Glob­al Food Secu­ri­ty blog pub­lish­es a range of views about food secu­ri­ty issues from a diverse set of authors. Con­trib­u­tors include aca­d­e­mics, pol­i­cy mak­ers, farm­ers and end-users. Check out the entire arti­cle here.

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