Integrated Agriculture Systems (INTAG) is a unique Controlled Environment Agriculture and Workforce Development company advancing a full line of modular aquaponic systems paired with training solutions for localized agriculture in educational, scientific and commercial markets. INTAG, partnering with The WheelHouse™ to form School To Table™, specializes in building aquaponic systems for school districts, that meet the requirements for pursuing robust STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) educational practices.
The JDK Group is Central Pennsylvania’s premier catering and events company for the communities of Harrisburg, Lancaster, York, and surrounding regions. Now, in partnership with The WheelHouse™ program, School To Table™, JDK endeavors to involve local high schools in internships, practical training and hands-on work experience on its state-of-the-art aquaponic facility.
The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture supports The WheelHouse™ program, School To Table™ (STT), through its advocacy of the expansion of aquaponic STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) education in schools as well as its inclusion of STT facilities during the Hydroponics / Aquaponics / Aeroponics Week in Pennsylvania. STT's aquaponic system was also a featured exhibit at the 100th Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show where it drew rave reviews from attendees.
Messiah College is a private Christian college of the liberal arts and applied arts and sciences located in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Messiah's mission is to "educate men and women toward maturity of intellect, character, and Christian faith in preparation for lives of service, leadership, and reconciliation in church and society." Faculty from Messiah College have partnered with The WheelHouse™ program, School To Table™, on research and development related to aquaponics as well as providing student internships to School To Table™ participants.
PinnacleHealth is a pioneer not-for-profit healthcare system, dedicated to providing and improving the health and quality of life for the people of Central Pennsylvania since 1873. PinnacleHealth is the largest single buyer of fresh, organically grown produce from The WheelHouse™ School To Table™ program.
Chartwells is a company that provides a diverse family of food and nutrition specialists dedicated to providing the academic community with fun, healthy dining options. Chartwells invited The WheelHouse™ School To Table™ program to provide fresh, organically grown produce from its Steelton-Highspire High School aquaponic facility for its annual corporate meeting in Philadelphia. Students harvested the produce in Harrisburg in the morning and delivered it for the lunch event in Philadelphia as an example of clean, hyper-local, sustainable food production on a public school campus.
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Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, a private urban educational institution, provides competencies that encourage the successful navigation of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) careers by all students. Central to Harrisburg University’s mission is to link education to business needs in the region. Harrisburg University offers dual enrollment for participating students in The WheelHouse™ School To Table™ program.
SCHOOLS AND SCHOOL DISTRICTS
School To Table™ has aquaponic systems and relationships with:
Harrisburg School District
Marshall Math and Science Academy
SciTech High School
Steelton-Highspire School District
Steelton-Highspire High School
Steelton-Highspire Elementary School
McGuffey School District