The Freedom to Grow Conference is a grassroots movement powered by a solutions driven format. Our purpose is to eradicate food deserts while also promoting innovative agriculture technologies, methods and education while providing outlets for farmers, Appalachians and veterans to gain entrance into new revenue streams.
Friends of the Earth and Tisch Food Center at Teachers College Columbia University are excited to invite you to a Greening School Food Forum specifically designed for the Northeast.
Join Henry Gordon-Smith at The AGRI Tech Venture Forum: an annual event that serves as a converging point for the global ag tech elite. Industry giants, investors, accelerators, and innovators provide insight on the latest sector headwinds, technology milestones, and key challenges facing the future of ag tech.
Feast on authentic homemade gourmet Caribbean inspired plant-based dishes prepared right in front of you by the passionate and vivacious Buzzfeed featured Chef Yadi at this exclusive Spring Farm to Table dinner.
The workshop combines a number of oral presentations of world leading horticultural researchers, panel discussions with renowned companies, short oral and poster presentations on the latest research results on vertical farming.
The Global Forum for Innovations in Agriculture has emerged as a global authority on sustainable food production, driving innovation through exhibitions and conferences across the world. GFIA is a unique opportunity to showcase your products to 7,000 accomplished and forward-thinking food producers, policy makers and investors in the MENA region.
Focussed on predictive agriculture, automation, robotics, AI backed genomics and biological discovery platforms, the World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit explores the business models and partnerships needed to scale new technologies and transform the food supply chain into a more sustainable, affordable and nutritious system for future generations.
Join Agritecture Founder & Managing Director Henry Gordon-Smith and his fellow panelists for this exciting discussion on the future of food, technology, and human behavior! The panel takes place during the South by Southwest Conference (March 8–17, 2019) in Austin, Texas.
Come meet, interact and network with more than 1,000 VCs, Corporate VCs, angel investors, investment bankers and founders of venture backed, emerging and early stage companies at the prestigious Venture Summit | West being held on March 6th – 7th 2019 at the Hyatt Regency, San Francisco, CA.
Join us on Feb 28th for the NYC Agriculture Collective's third annual Fresh in February event at Project Farmhouse by Union Square! Enjoy locally grown food, beer and wine, and meet NYC’s innovative urban farmers including Square Roots, Farm.One, Smallhold and Aerofarms.
Want to experience some of the latest food and agriculture research? Then come to Foster Our Future, a day of interactive exhibits and inspiring presentations, highlighting how science is changing the food and agriculture landscape. Attendees will experience and celebrate how technology and innovation is transforming food and agriculture research.
Tune in to this 30-minute webinar with global urban agriculture thought leader, Henry Gordon-Smith, and learn more about the challenges and opportunities of commercial urban farming.
Join us for a delicious conversation with some of NYC’s leading high-tech farming organizations, from Brooklyn mushroom containers to soil-free aeroponic vertical farms, and learn how they are consciously disrupting the agriculture industry in a major way. Local produce will be served.
In this detailed and practical one-day class, students learn the commercial aspects of urban farming from the Agritecture Consulting team at our headquarters in Brooklyn. The class culminates with a private tour of Farm.One's newest location in lower Manhattan, where participants get an in-depth look at the inner workings of a pioneering vertical farm.
The second annual AgTech Nexus Europe will return to Dublin this year on December 7th, once again convening an international group of investors, agribusiness executives, agtech entrepreneurs and farmers with a spotlight on the rapidly growing European agriculture technology market.
Join us for cocktails & hors d'oeuvres with a breathtaking view of NYC's skyline to explore urban agriculture with Henry Gordon-Smith of Agritecture, and launch TFFJ's End of Year crowdfunding campaign.
Singapore’s first Rethink Agri-Food Innovation Week will investigate the growing role of technology in building an efficient, resilient and sustainable agri-food supply chain that can deliver fresh, nutritious food to today’s fast-changing consumer market.
Join Henry Gordon-Smith and leading industry experts at Ag 4.0, a workshop aimed at improving understanding of modern agriculture practices and creating interoperable solutions. Henry will be speaking on the sustainable profitability panel, discussing the uses of technology to introduce sustainable agricultural practices.
GLASE is bringing together New York Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) growers with local utility companies, USDA officials and service providers to provide CEA growers with all the resources available for energy-efficient lighting and control systems technology adoption.
Food Loves Tech: An all you can eat and drink Industry City (Brooklyn) expo where you can test drive food technologies from field and sea to next gen frontiers. They’ll also have expert panels answering some of the most pressing issues facing our food supply. Early Bird ticket sales end July 1.
What can city leaders do to fuel innovation that improves quality of life for all? What can rising cities learn from the challenges faced by peers? At CityLab 2018, The Atlantic, The Aspen Institute and Bloomberg Philanthropies will convene the world’s city and community leaders to consider a new narrative worthy of the many global cities whose history may weigh heavy, but whose future holds the promise of a fresh page.
Join Capalino+Company for a day of panels and networking with industry experts, business leaders, advocates and City and State legislators, where we’ll address key questions and encourage a dialog about New York State’s path forward.
In this interactive 2-day course, you’ll learn the basics of running a hydroponic farm and business from industry leaders. With this knowledge, you’ll be better equipped to grow and sell produce to your local community. Best of all, you’ll get hands-on experience in a greenhouse.
This coming October, Japan Plant Factory Association (JPFA) together with Chiba University will host an intensive five-day introductory training course in English on Vertical Farming.
Join us on Thursday, Sep 27 for Sunset Sips: The Rooftop Farm Mixer at the iconic Brooklyn Grange Farm, presented by CitiesAlive® and Agritecture! This evening to remember will feature local beer, wine, hors d'oeuvres, farm tours and incredible views of New York City. (Discount in the event details)