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Future Farms and Food Ep. 2 In this 2nd episode, Albert from https://www.vegbed.com/ interviews Mary and Electra, founders of Green Food Solutions based out of the Bronx, NY. They are helping others start and maintain local, urban farms utilizing the tower garden aeroponic system. Green Food Solutions : http://greenfoodsolutions.com/ ABOUT FUTURE FARMS AND FOOD ———————————————————————– Hi everyone! My name is Albert Lin and I’m a farmer, entrepreneur and advocate for all kinds of farming technology that can help feed the world! This is part of a vlog series from VegBed where I interview farmers, entrepreneurs and academia to talk about the future of food. If you are interested in the best hydroponic growing medium check out ours! (https://www.vegbed.com/collections/vegbed-seedling-grow-cubes) ———————————————————————– Connect with us! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/vegbed/ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/vegbed LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/vegbed/ Subscribe! YouTube: https://bit.ly/2EeAejT Don’t forget to subscribe so you can follow my interview journeys! If you would like to be on an episode of Future Farms and Food or know someone that would be a perfect fit send me an email (info@vegbed.com). Thanks! ——————————————————————————————- Song used in this video: Dreams by Joakim Karud https://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b… Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/VF9_dCo6JT4 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGreen Roofs Whilst Rooftop Gardens | Living Green | Episode 114Vertical Gardens & Green Walls – Natura Urban PlantscapingGROW YOUR OWN FOOD like a boss with no gardening experience | Tower Farms & Vertical GardeningThe 6 Most Famous Vertical Gardens in the World | Green Buildings are a Breath of Fresh AirThe Rooftop Gardens of New York, episode 1 of Outdoor Engineering, by Husqvarna (trailer)Thai Garden Design – How to Build Amazing Green Vertical Gardens in Thailand

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  • BitcoinistLife 4 weeks ago

    Another great video. I totally agree with flooding urban areas with farms. I also think its a great idea to have large companies, as they reference such as google, who have several tower gardens that they grow fresh, healthy and sustainable food to feed their employees etc.. We deffo need more people to begin growing and being aware of the damage food production and logistics cause globally. also the massive waste of resources and money. Also not to mention the wasted food when we purchase too much and throw it away. Most people dont even compost so this is just wasted time, money and more importantly resources. Growing and harvesting what we need as we need it further reduces this problem and begins to move us one step closer to becoming more sustainable as our population grows.

    I am currently setting up a small hydroponic vertical farm in Scotland. I have just moved up here with my partner and three young children from London. My current business is up for sale and the new, more satisfying, responsible venture will soon be up and running. Look forward to more great videos like this. Thanks guys and best wishes.

  • sno328 4 weeks ago

    If you're in agriculture technology, a farmer or someone in hydroponic/vertical farming academia and want to be on the show, let me know! I would love to do an interview with you and spread the knowledge of the future of farming.

    Also are there any technologies or farms you would like me to profile? Let me know in the comments! =D

  • Alison D. Gilbert 4 weeks ago

    Would love to add this system to my indoor farming project.