For a little inspiration learners could pay a visit to Superior Fresh, which is the largest aquaponics facility in the world located in the middle of Wisconsin (yes, you need to see this: http://www.superiorfresh.com). I’m sure someone they meet will help learners take their own system to the next level. Allow learners to research and design their own aquaponics system, source the material, and then assemble it as a team. Let them choose what to grow, and what to do with the produce and fish once they’re fully grown. Will they hold a farmer’s market to raise money from the produce they grew, or maybe they’ll craft a meal at the end of the project using the ingredients they produced?