MAXON supports professor Ken Rinaldo’s sustainable farming research program in Russia
Ken Rinaldo is an expert researcher in the field of renewable resources and sustainable farming and a valued visiting professor and lecturer at universities around the world. His primary focus lies on vermiponic cultivation methods that combine hydroponic gardening with live worm waste as fertilizer.
Professor Rinaldo was recently invited by Alisa Prudnikova to install one of his vermiponic gardens at the National Center for Contemporary Arts in Perwouralsk, Russia. Ken Rinaldo’s goal is not only to install a garden but also teaches workshops for university students in which he demonstrates how to plan and implement sustainable cultivation methods. These workshops also include the use of CINEMA 4D. Students learn how to develop and visualize the design and installation of sustainable garden and farming projects, including new inventions, in urban environments using CINEMA 4D. MAXON is supporting this project with CINEMA 4D licenses valued at $27,000.
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