Our work with schools was featured in Pacific Business News today, in an article by Anna Hrushka:
Two Hawaii schools to use Smart Yields ag-tech through Whole Foods grants
Two local schools in Hawaii will be using technology from Honolulu-based Smart Yields this upcoming school year after winning grants from Whole Foods.The supermarket chain has awarded two $2,000 grants to Lanakai School in Kailua and Koloa Elementary School on Kauai.
Smart Yields’ co-founder and head of education Lizzy Schiller told PBN:
“Working with the schools in this way and in any capacity, really goes back to our longer-term vision — to educate and empower the next generation of leaders.”
The news was also picked up by Hawaii News Now (NBC/CBS Honolulu) business reporter Howard Dicus: