In total, 185 different varieties are grown in the school's Jackson Henuset Memorial Culinary Garden, an classroom and demonstration site. Plants are grown in soil warmed by solar and waste biodiesel heated water.
The Calgary Herald reports:
"The temperature of each bed is carefully controlled, and new 'bubble' technology provides R30 insulation to keep the greenhouse warm in winter and cool in summer."
Click here to learn more about how instructors are using the greenhouse to help students connect with their food.