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A unique indoor farm in Manhattan using technology to grow rare plants for New York City chefs. Agritecture researched rare crop species and piloted farm implementation.
Square Roots is an urban farming and platform empowering entrepreneurs with vertical farming shipping containers. Agritecture provided advice on training program development.
A rooftop greenhouse providing to underserved communities. Agritecture provided support services to increase yield, including: crop pest management, and human resource management.
A large global manufacturing business looking to encourage healthy and sustainable living. Agritecture designed multiple components of a Green Campus for one of their locations in China.
A sustainability center and event space that provides gatherings surrounding environmental awareness. Agritecture installed a hydroponic wall and maintains the system.
North Port High School is a high school in Sarasota, Florida looking to produce 50% of its food locally. Agritecture developed a plan to make this possible.
Henry Street Settlement is one of NYC's oldest community settlements. Agritecture evaluated design and provided yield estimates including energy and labor costs.
Phillips Programs is a nonprofit that serves the needs of individuals with emotional and behavioral problems through education and support. Agritecture developed a teaching plan centered around hydroponic vertical farming.
The Child Development Support Corporation is nonprofit organization operating an emergency food pantry in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. Agritecture improved their farm operation.