"Cleveland State University recently unveiled a one-of-a-kind garden that can be controlled from anywhere in the world via an app. The newly installed FarmBot, located on the CSU Recreation Center’s green roof, is much like a regular garden you might see, but looks are deceiving. It is controlled by a robotic farming machine and corresponding software. FarmBot aims to 'create an open and accessible technology aiding everyone to grow food and to grow food for everyone.' Judy Ausherman (left) is Associate Professor of Health Education at CSU and has been hands-on in the process of bringing FarmBot to life (so to speak) on campus. She discussed the potential impact FarmBot could have on campus and how the program came together. According to Ausherman, it was nothing short of a miracle."
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