The Wall Street Journal covers the revolutionary way Dream Greens are grown.
NJ Monthly writes about the amazing, sustainable, vertical farm that grows Dream Greens.
Watch Dream Greens and our sustainable grower AeroFarms on this episode of local news magazine “Jersey Matters”.
Companies like Aerofarms are rethinking how we grow vegetables by going up to provided fresh and affordable produce. Michelle Miller reports.
Whole Foods opens and showcases their commitment to Newark with employment, grants and supporting local entrepreneurs.
The New Yorker’s Ian Frazier spent months getting to know the AeroFarms team and visiting the farms and customers. His impressions are thoughtful and incisive.
When you think farm, you probably don’t imagine a very large building in Newark, New Jersey. But AeroFarms, might be about to change that.
By the time the biggest Newark farm is fully up and running, AeroFarms will have introduced 78 jobs to the city.
Urban indoor farming has gained serious traction in America this year, thanks to AeroFarms in Newark, New Jersey.
AeroFarms purports to use 95 percent less water than traditional farms, and says it gets 75 percent more crops per square foot of growing space than traditional field systems. To achieve that, the company has had to think of itself as a technology company as much as a farming firm.
Some 15 miles from Manhattan, monster investors are setting up what will be one of the most impressive indoor urban farming units in history. It’s called AeroFarms.