A hydroponic vertical growing system that will maximize growing area, save energy and fill a vital community need.
By Nona Yehia + Penny McBride
Launched Dec 3, 2012
Vertical Harvest will be the first of its kind: A three story vertical farm built on an infill piece of land that will grow fresh, local produce in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, extending its four month growing season to all year round. What makes this project truly unique is that we will develop an innovative hydroponic growing system that can be used in vertical greenhouses of all configurations.
December 29, 2012 Comments Off on Vertical Harvest of Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Cultivated farmland with buildings underground
An urban/rural landscape where people live underground so that buildings don’t block sunshine from reaching crops. An urban core where apartments are spaced some distance from each other, leaving lots of room for farming.
December 29, 2012 Comments Off on 1990 Punch cartoon: – A futuristic city/country ‘farmed’ landscape