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Newsletter – Summer 2020 Edition

Newsletter – Summer 2020 Edition

In the few months since our last newsletter, the world has seen social and economic upheaval, as well as battling health, wellness, and food security. In this newsletter, we cover how this time has impacted both Urban Health Farms and the indoor vertical farming community.

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A Brief History of Indoor Vertical Farming

A Brief History of Indoor Vertical Farming

In ancient times, the only way for humans to get reliable fruits and vegetables was to collect them. We collected wild fruits and nuts in the autumn, and dug or clipped leafy vegetables and tubers in the spring. While as in-season and local as any modern human could ask for, agriculture was, of course, destined…

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Newsletter – Summer 2020 Edition

Newsletter – Summer 2020 Edition

In the few months since our last newsletter, the world has seen social and economic upheaval, as well as battling health, wellness, and food security. In this newsletter, we cover how this time has impacted both Urban Health Farms and the indoor vertical farming community.

read more
A Brief History of Indoor Vertical Farming

A Brief History of Indoor Vertical Farming

In ancient times, the only way for humans to get reliable fruits and vegetables was to collect them. We collected wild fruits and nuts in the autumn, and dug or clipped leafy vegetables and tubers in the spring. While as in-season and local as any modern human could ask for, agriculture was, of course, destined…

read more
Newsletter – Summer 2020 Edition

Newsletter – Summer 2020 Edition

In the few months since our last newsletter, the world has seen social and economic upheaval, as well as battling health, wellness, and food security. In this newsletter, we cover how this time has impacted both Urban Health Farms and the indoor vertical farming community.

read more
A Brief History of Indoor Vertical Farming

A Brief History of Indoor Vertical Farming

In ancient times, the only way for humans to get reliable fruits and vegetables was to collect them. We collected wild fruits and nuts in the autumn, and dug or clipped leafy vegetables and tubers in the spring. While as in-season and local as any modern human could ask for, agriculture was, of course, destined…

read more
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  info@urbanhealthfarms.com
  Grote Heerweg 67
      8791 Beveren-Leie
      Waregem
      Belgium

 

 

 +32 78 48 36 64
  info@urbanhealthfarms.com
  Grote Heerweg 67
       8791 Beveren-Leie
       Waregem
       Belgium

 

 

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