BE A CHANGEMAKER

Bring the Future of Farming to Your Community.

OUR SHARED CHALLENGE

  • 80% of farmable land in use worldwide.
  • Food travels up to 2,500 miles to your plate.
  • 95% of leafy greens come from CA & AZ

GROW FOOD VERTICALLY & CREATE JOBS LOCALLY

Help us change the world. Our urban hydroponic farms produce fresh, local food year-round, and provide jobs to underserved populations. Join us:

 Vertical Harvest Can:

  • Deliver produce from farm to fork in 24 hours
  • Utilize 90% less land, 90% less water, 95% less fuel
  • Provide 30+ employment opportunities to underserved workers

MIGHTY
MICROGREENS

BETTER
LETTUCE

TASTY
TOMATOES

YOU CAN BENEFIT EMPOWER GROW YOUR COMMUNITY

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Invest in the Future of Farming.

Your city grows less than 2% of the food it consumes. More than half of those with developmental disabilities are unemployed in your urban area. By growing 40 acres worth of produce in a ¼-acre vertical greenhouse and hiring this forgotten workforce to cultivate it, Vertical Harvest can help you tackle both food and job insecurity in your community.

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Jackson, WY 83001

We are so honored that Vertical Harvest, our team of changemakers, and our CEO Nona Yehia have been named a CNN Champion for Change.

This award profiles 10 innovators leading the charge to a better world with new ideas and groundbreaking solutions. Click the button below to view a promotional clip, then join us in viewing the full program on CNN at a future date TBD. We’ll announce the date here and on Facebook. 

» See article and view three-minute segment