Connecticut’s First Nonprofit Indoor Hydroponic Farm

Connecticut’s First Nonprofit Indoor Hydroponic Farm

Bridgeport Connecticut is known for many things, such as its beautiful sprawling acres of public parks (nicknamed “Park City”) and for its famous resident 19th-century showman P.T. Barnum. What might be less known is the city’s vibrant network of community-powered...
Agricultural Education and Hydroponic Growing

Agricultural Education and Hydroponic Growing

Students in the Bloomer School District are growing year-round with indoor hydroponic farms – Flex Farms. This innovative hands-on program is led by Ms. Rachel Haas, agricultural educator. Bloomer is located in the northwest part of Wisconsin where there is...
Food Access through Partnership

Food Access through Partnership

Tackling a challenge like food insecurity takes fresh thinking and great partners. In the great  St. Louis area, food insecurity is top of mind for those charged with ensuring the health of their urban community. United Healthcare Community Plan of Missouri recognized...
Hydroponically Grown Food as Medicine

Hydroponically Grown Food as Medicine

The team at Volunteers in Medicine Clinic in South Carolina understands the impact of fresh food to treat and prevent disease. They recently opened the VIM Clinic Farm-acy and Wellness Market with 16 Flex Farms to provide diabetic-friendly fresh food to their patients...