A cold ski town is building one of the first vertical farms in the world
Brandon Donnelly / March 6, 2015 / sustainablecitiescollective.com
In the ski town of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, one of the world’s first vertical farms is being created to help supply produce to the local community. The three-story project is being built on just one tenth of an acre, but is estimated to be able to have the same yield as a five acre area of land. Is this the future of farming?