Listening To Your Feedback and Adding Summit Features

Sharing a message with hundreds of people via email at the same time is an exercise in effective communication. I realized after auditing all of my website collateral, email sequences, and guest blog posts that people attending The Vertical Farming Summit were confused about a few things. Here’s a blog post explaining early lessons learned … [Click Here to Continue…]

Why We Need Continued Leadership To Make Vertical Farming Truly Sustainable

“It’s time to move beyond the hype and develop vertical farming as a truly sustainable industry through collaboration and transparency.” Henry Gordon Smith, Co-Founder of The Association for Vertical Farming There are so many innovations happening in the food production landscape right now. Public attention is starting to shift towards solving problems with food waste, … [Click Here to Continue…]

5 Online Platforms That Are Helping Farmers to Be More Successful

[This article was originally published on AgFunder News here] Indoor Farming is a Business and Business is Hard For all of the buzz surrounding vertical farming, urban agriculture, and the future of food production, we must remember that growing food and selling it for a profit is not easy. Even talented, well funded startups are … [Click Here to Continue…]

4 Things Every Investor Should Know About Vertical Farming: Lessons Learned From The AVF Summit

[This was originally published on AgFunder News, July 8th. You can find the OP here] Last week marked a watershed moment for vertical farming with the Association for Vertical Farming’s (AVF) Summit in Amsterdam. The AVF Summit brought together 275+ attendees and 20 speakers and panelists to collaborate on developing vertical farming as a profitable … [Click Here to Continue…]

Thought For Food – How We’ll Feed the Rising Billions in the 21st Century

In case you haven’t noticed, the world of food production is changing….  By 2050 we’ll have to feed 9 billion people. People in Africa, Asia, and South America will soon have unprecedented wealth and access to resources. The planet cannot support that many people living like Americans do now. The food supply chain is heavily subsidized … [Click Here to Continue…]