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Support grads competing for innovation funding

Toronto,

Ripple Farms, the sustainable urban farming business developed at HELIX by grads Brandon Hebor and Steven Bourne, is in the semifinals of the William G. Davis Innovation Fund, and you can help them by voting online.

The fund supports innovative thinking and initiatives by offering a $15,000 grand prize. Brandon and Steven, grads of Sustainable Business Management, are hoping their urban farms built in shipping containers will be selected. The business is getting a great deal of attention and Seneca has recently purchased a unit for Newnham Campus. Read more about Ripple Farms

Voting is now underway. To vote for Ripple Farms, register at the fund website.

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