On July 29th, we hosted a webinar with Hammock Greens to learn how two restaurant industry insiders transitioned into equally successful careers in hydroponic farming, growing their urban farming business in Miami to six farm in just two years.
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On May 20th we hosted a webinar with Steve Huntley of Enlightened Crops in Grand Rapids, Michigan. During our conversation, we learned why Steve decided to start farming, the interesting way he discovered Freight Farms, how he leveraged previous business experience into his new venture, and so much more!
On April 11th we hosted our most popular webinar ever. We explored how the Greenery has reimagined controlled environment agriculture to bring farmers increased yields, customization, and control. Now we’re summarizing the entire conversation, just for you.
Grown by Freight Farms helps everyone get local food with zero headaches.
One of our guests in the latest webinar was Dave from the Client Services (CS) team. We chatted with him to get to know him, his role, and how he helps our customers succeed on a day-to-day basis.
The Shaws added a Leafy Green Machine™ to their farm in early 2017 to combine their existing soil farm with a full-time hydroponic operation.
While Andrew Abendshein has always been interested in health and sustainability, he never imagined himself becoming an urban farmer. However, Andrew saw his opportunity to bring fresh and local food production to his hometown of Houston, Texas when he discovered Freight Farms.
In part two of this blog series, we’re breaking down the Question and Answer section of our webinar with Clark University and Sodexo.
Incorporating a Leafy Green Machine into dining services is a fantastic way to demonstrate a commitment to sustainability, as well as engage with students around food and promote nutrition and wellness.
During the Question and Answer section of the webinar, we got quite a few questions geared directly towards Agora Greens and others for Freight Farms specifically. Below find the top 14 questions we received:
Last week we held a webinar with two freight farmers so they could share their journey to launching a small business with the LGM. We covered everything from market research and financing to what crops to grow and how to reach new customers. Here's a recap!