UK: Vertical farm growing in the basement of Baltic School launches its new greens project

As the year enters its final months, Farm Urban launches its Greens for Good project as an additional offering to reach and connect local businesses and schools across the city using fresh food that is pesticide-free and requires significantly fewer amounts of water than conventional farming.

“Greens for Good is our latest offering, which is the way that we are combining our growing and education outreach activities. So, it kind of brings a lot of what we’re about together, under one roof” said Jens, co-founder and Technical Director of Farm Urban. “It’s a way that businesses can buy the freshest, most nutritious produce for their employees, and in doing that they can support us by supplying this fresh, nutritious produce to local schools who really need it, but also to support our education programmes.”

The mentioned education programmes teach children about the alternative, more productive, sustainable and valuable ways in which to produce and engage with food.

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