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B.C. vertical farming company says it could produce up to 6 million bags of salad greens a year

A newly launched vertical farming enterprise in Pitt Meadows, B.C., is hoping to ease food security in the province, as it offers locally grown, environmentally sustainable produce.

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Vertical farming, protected cropping helping farmers adapt to climate change

It might look like a scene from a science fiction movie — rows and rows of lettuce being grown under artificial light, but it could be the future of agriculture in Australia.

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6 environmental wins that gave us hope in 2022

From a thriving new marine park to rules curbing plastic pollution, the past year gave us several reasons to be optimistic for the planet's future.

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The rise of vertical farms: Could indoor plant factories be the norm in 10 years?

The UK is leading the way in vertical farming, a more sustainable way to grow herbs, salads and soft fruits year-round.

Inside the effort to unionize Square Roots, Kimbal Musk's vertical farming company

Inside the effort to unionize Square Roots, Kimbal Musk's vertical farming company

A small team of urban farmers is trying to unionize in Brooklyn, hoping to increase their voice in the workplace. But if union drives at other Musk-led companies are any indication, they face an uphill battle.

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The trendy, spendy future of tech-enabled indoor farming

Apps and sensor-laden gadgets are helping farmers shift from the fields to indoor food-growing operations. But these innovations still don’t make it easy.
Vertical farms expand as demand for year-round produce grows

Vertical farms expand as demand for year-round produce grows

The industry is expected to grow to $9.7 billion worldwide by 2026, but it faces challenges, including high energy costs, technological limitations and the ability to scale.
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