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ESPC 2017 - Regina (Saskatchewan)

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Joseph - I got my idea from one of my sister, she made one but i wanted to improve it, so than Tyson and I sat down from a day or 2 and came up with a solution and that is how we came up with the solar sausage.
Tyson - Tyson Anderson is currently completing grade 8 at Hazlet School. He was raised in the Hazlet community on his family's ranch. For the past 4 years Tyson has been raising his own flock of sheep. In 2015 he received an Arnal Brothers Memorial Bursary for this enterprise. Tyson is also actively involved in the Royal Canadian Air Cadet League. When Tyson graduates he would like to become a pilot in the Royal Canadian Air Force. Tyson and his partner got the idea for their project after discussion with family and friends. Their mothers hope to put their project to practical use in their chicken coops.

Joseph Heck, Tyson Anderson

Solar Sausage
Région:Saskatchewan Chinook
Ville:Sceptre , SK, Hazlet, SK
École:Hazlet School
Sommaire:Our project is a device that heats air using the sun. It also does this without using any fossil fuels or electricity. We call it the Solar sausage and it is groovy.