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In Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a town centered around its tourism industry, 78 percent of people living with disabilities are unemployed. But now, a local farm is working to change that. In partnership with the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, Matter of Fact Correspondent Leone Lahkani travels to Wyoming to see how Vertical Harvest is creating economic options for people with disabilities. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsHow to Harvest a Vertical FarmHydroponics Farm For Profit (Greenhouse – All Year Round Harvest and Vertical Farming)Cleveland urban farm creates jobs for people with disabilities.How This Indoor Vertical Farm Makes Perfect Japanese Strawberries — VendorsHydroponic greenhouse farm, developed by Larry Ellison, ready for first commercial harvestVertical Farm Systems with John Leslie

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