Partners in Change

Schools, STEM and Education Partners

Education

Schools and teachers everywhere are searching for ways to bring their classroom lessons to life.

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Commercial and Restaurant Partners

Commercial

With the Flex Farm, businesses can efficiently grow their own produce either for internal use or resale. 

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Nonprofits

We partner with nonprofits to use the Flex Farm to bring fresh food to those that need it most.

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Home

Grow your own healthy, fresh food year-round without negative environmental impacts.

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Our partners are growing

1,200,000

servings of leafy greens annually

The Power of the Flex Farm

Costs less than $1.00 per pound to operate

COSTS LESS THAN
$1.00 PER LB.
TO OPERATE

HARVEST UP TO
3,400 PLANTS
ANNUALLY

1-3 hours a month

ONLY TAKES
1-3 HOURS
A MONTH

GROW MORE
THAN 25 LBS.
EVERY 28 DAY CYCLE

Flex Farm vs. Traditional Agriculture and Hydroponics

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Join us on Earth Day, April 22nd at 11AM CST for our webinar: Building an Equitable & Sustainable Food System.

Register here: my.demio.com/ref/LeIQ2T8nu7HH5PnK

The design of our food system has negatively impacted on the environment and our health. How did this come to be and what does the future hold? What can we do to build a food system that supports happier and healthier futures for us all and the planet? Join us this Earth Day as industry leaders Alex Tyink and Kevin Boyle explore the current impacts of our global food system, market trends that demonstrate the critical need for re-imagining the production of food, and sustainable solutions available now that build a better future.
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Join us on Earth Day, April 22nd at 11AM CST for our webinar: Building an Equitable & Sustainable Food System. 

Register here: https://my.demio.com/ref/LeIQ2T8nu7HH5PnK

The design of our food system has negatively impacted on the environment and our health. How did this come to be and what does the future hold? What can we do to build a food system that supports happier and healthier futures for us all and the planet? Join us this Earth Day as industry leaders Alex Tyink and Kevin Boyle explore the current impacts of our global food system, market trends that demonstrate the critical need for re-imagining the production of food, and sustainable solutions available now that build a better future.
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