As some of you know I got to the S.E.S(School of Environmental Studies) and as a senior we have to do a big final project called our "Senior Project". Obviously I naturally want to do mine on something related to this hobby and although it is a stretch, I'm going to try and make it easy, affordable and fun(along with providing purpose). How do I plan on doing this? Well I'm hoping to provide 2 simple options. Either a.) The coral route, where me and maybe some very generous volunteers(???) would help teach people(most likely highschoolers, but could really be anyone) how to make their own small AIO set-ups for basic, easy care of sessile invertebrates. b.) The breeding route, I know this one is definitely a stretch but I have given this a month's thought and think it is still plausible. This one would entail almost the same thing as the coral route except the AIO would be tailored to Dwarf Seahorses. Dwarf Seahorses would be a perfect option for a small tank for beginners with little extra effort to raise the babies(since they'd already be fed live foods) which could easily spark interest in others' to delve deeper into the hobby. What I had also just came up with is the idea of adding a built in brine shrimp hatchery to the side so that it would be as simple and space-efficient as possible. Which brings me to my original reasoning for posting this... Is there any way to buy bulk Brine Shrimp Eggs? So now that I've just sort of laid it out there, I have some drawings and design ideas but those are just a general sort of guideline. If this has sparked interest in ANYONE please feel free to PM me. Although this is a "school thing", they encourage us to get out into the community, so even if you read this and think you'd like to be a part of it, whether it be willing to volunteer, donate or if you want to build one of these yourself you're more than welcome to. I will accept critiques ONLY if by doing so you're benefiting the well-being of the project. I don't care about nay-sayers and I don't care about pessimists, I know this isn't very refined yet and could very well fail, but I'm at least going to give it a genuine shot. This isn't 100% official yet as we need to go through our teachers to approve our projects first but I'd like to gauge some interest. If you're a sponsor and are willing to contribute or know a company/person outside of TCMAS you feel I should get in touch with please PM me and I will either Email or Call you and you'd have my sincere gratitude! Or if you're just a regular 'ol hobbyist that is willing to contribute too!