It’s cool to be on the receiving end of some good press instead of publishing it. Check out this write up featuring my farm by the City of Frederick.
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First and foremost, happy New Year.
2016 is going to be an important one for vertical farming. Without giving too much away, we saw 2015 setting records for spending in agricultural startups and vertical farms putting down (up?) roots all over the country.
With such a strong foundation to start us off, the sky is the limit. But what if you’re just looking to get your feet wet? I came across this job posting some of you might be interested in. If so, good luck!
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Starting a vertical farm is a difficult but exciting proposition. Luckily JJ Reidy, CEO of the Urban Pastoral Collective, has helped us come up with a step-by-step approach to do just that. Why would such a talented social entrepreneur share his secrets? He just shrugged it off when I asked him about risks. “It’s about owning who I am; a cultivator.” With JJ’s insight, in this post we tackle:
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Brian Falther knows all about an unfulfilling career. He was an engineer. He worked on cars. He was stuck in Michigan. Then he read about vertical farming.
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