Project Description

To address the overwhelming need for fresh affordable produce in Northern Canada, our team wanted to create a project that would not only address this need, but also do so in an economic and environmentally friendly way – so we created Project SucSeed. To do this we partnered with the Engineering Faculty to create a hydroponic system.

Team with New Systems

Once we had a working prototype we began using these systems to create co-operatives in northern rural areas, which then provides healthy produce to community members.

To construct these systems, we partnered with a local organization, Choices for Youth, which is dedicated to supporting at-risk youth in our community. Through this partnership, we’ve been able to create meaningful employment for 12 youth, giving them job training and the chance to develop the skills needed to pursue other careers or further education.

CFY System

We currently have over 600 systems in operation, including 13 northern food sharing cooperatives. Additionally, we have systems operating in retirement homes, correctional services facilities, soup kitchens, and school classrooms.

To learn more about Project Sucseed, or to order a hydroponic system, visit

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