Farm.One: Neighborhood Urban Agriculture
If you live in New York City, how far would you have to go to get to a neighborhood farm selling freshly harvested greens? Turns out, you just need to get to Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights. On this episode of Tech Bites, host Jennifer Leuzzi talks with returning guest Rob Laing, CEO and Founder of Farm.One. Started in 2016, Farm.One grows rare herbs, edible flowers, microgreens, and other exotic produce year-round and pesticide-free, using hydroponics and LED lighting. Since 2020, the company now delivers freshly-harvested greens to New York subscribers by bike, all packaged in reusable containers. This episode of Tech Bites is made possible by the generosity of Garden Cult.
Photo Courtesy of Farm.One.
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