Farm Innovator Series
Tuesday, July 7th | 1pm PST / 4pm EST
Register for the free webinar here!
This webinar will feature Zaq and Leah who own Tight 5 Farm, an urban farm selling microgreens and other local products in their Seattle community. Join us for a 30 minute webinar to learn how urban farming can support a sustainable food system, and how Tight 5 Farm keeps a small ecological footprint.
Tight 5 sustainably grows microgreens, sprouts, and culinary herbs at production scale in an ultra-minimalist hydroponic vertical farming unit. Infinitely scaleable and ethically sustainable, every part of their production process is streamlined for minimal ecological impact. They also can make same day fresh deliveries without a drop of gasoline. How? On their tricycle of course!
This is the third webinar of a six-part, monthly series- brought to you by Barn2Door & Acres U.S.A.! The webinar series will feature sustainable farmers from across the country who are thinking outside of the box and finding big payoffs. Innovators who have found ways to market their farm products to consumers in an effective, creative, and manageable way will be sharing their strategies in these quick 30 minute webinars.
Watch our past webinars!
- Webinar #1, featured guest farmer, Harleston Towles, who runs “The Twenty Bag”, a weekly opt-in CSA in South Carolina. In the webinar, he describes how he’s built a successful business model with consistent marketing and creative, convenient product offerings and delivery options. Watch the recorded webinar here.
- Webinar #2, featured guest, Kelsey Ducheneaux, who owns DX Beef, a South Dakota ranch on the Cheyenne River Sioux Indian Reservation. Learn how she focused on quality production and local marketing to grow her business 750% in the last year. Watch the recorded webinar here.