Andrew Is Featured In Northeastern Alumni Magazine
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Andrew Is Featured In Northeastern Alumni Magazine

COO and Head Researcher Andrew Ingalls Featured in Northeastern University Alumni Magazine Our very own Andrew Ingalls was the spotlight feature this week in Northeastern University’s alumni magazine. Andrew graduated from Northeastern along with our CMO Kieran Foran in 2012. Before joining Trifecta Ecosystems he went on to study microbiology and volcanology at the University...

On November 15, 2017November 17, 2017by
Weekly Harvest 11/10/2017
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Weekly Harvest 11/10/2017

Happy Friday! We hope everyone had a busy and productive week. We know we certainly did. We continued our installs across the CREC school district. We got a bunch of new catfish from the Sound School, an aquaculture technical high school in New London. We also taste tested some produce from the system this week...

On November 10, 2017November 10, 2017by
Knox Receives $200,000 Grant From Bank Of America
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Knox Receives $200,000 Grant From Bank Of America

Bank Of America Awards Knox Grant For $200,000 Knox, a non-profit in Hartford dedicated to aiding and educating residents with urban gardening and farming, recently received a much deserved $200,000 grant from Bank of America. This grant will help Knox continue and expand their programs over the next two years. Specifically, this grant was awarded...

On November 8, 2017November 7, 2017by
Plenty’s First Farm Will Be In Bezos’ Backyard
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Plenty’s First Farm Will Be In Bezos’ Backyard

Plenty To Build 100,000sqft Urban-Vertical Farm In Seattle Plenty made waves earlier this year when it closed a $200 million dollar funding round led by international giant SoftBank. The company also counts Eric Schmidt and Jeff Bezos among its investors through their firm’s Innovation Endeavors and Bezos Expeditions respectively. Through Softbank, and 6 other follow...

On November 6, 2017November 6, 2017by
Weekly Harvest 11/3/2017
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Weekly Harvest 11/3/2017

Happy Friday! In typical New England fashion, we can’t decide whether we want it to be fall or stay as summer. We’re enjoying the extended season though as are our plants. For those of you who garden in the soil, make sure to collect your leaves and add them to your beds to compost over...

On November 3, 2017November 3, 2017by
CREC Project Update
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CREC Project Update

CREC Schools Receive 5 New Aquaponics Systems This Week With 5 More On Their Way This past week we’ve been installing our aGarden aquaponics systems in CREC high schools all across the state. We installed 5 of theses systems over the past two weeks. We installed two at CREC ASI in New Britain. This brings that...

On November 2, 2017November 2, 2017by
AeroFarms Series D Round Closes At $40 Million
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AeroFarms Series D Round Closes At $40 Million

AeroFarms Series D closes for a grand total of $40 million, up from previously reported 34.3 million AeroFarms seems to be in constant fundraising mode. With AeroFarms Series D round of investment, they add IKEA Group and David Chang, chef and founder of the Momofuku Group, and retired US Army General David Petraeus to a...

On November 1, 2017November 1, 2017by
Berlin Just Got Little Fishier
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Berlin Just Got Little Fishier

Berlin Farm Raises Fish and Plants In Downtown. In 2014, Ecofriendly Farmsystems (ECF), launched one of Europe’s biggest aquaponics farms right in the heart of the Berlin. The expansive greenhouse, built on the site of an old malting plant, is home to thousands of pots of basil and 13 fish tanks stocked with perch. The...

On October 30, 2017October 30, 2017by
Weekly Harvest 10/27/2017
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Weekly Harvest 10/27/2017

Happy Friday! This week we continued our installs across various CREC schools which just so happens to coincide with National Farm To School month. We also checked in with some of our original CREC teachers to see what they are growing. We’ll take a look at various news around the industry, blog updates this week...

On October 27, 2017October 27, 2017by