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Our Impact

At Grow Space Vertical Farms, we will be committed to sustainability and environmental responsibility. We recognize that traditional farming methods can be resource-intensive and have a significant impact on the environment, and we believe that vertical farming offers a more sustainable alternative. 

Sustainable Agriculture - Local Sourcing - Resource Conservation 

Sustainable agriculture is all about producing food in a way that is both efficient and economically viable while also protecting and conserving our natural resources. Local growing promotes sustainable agriculture, as it reduces the need for transportation, energy use, and emissions. 

Food Security and Vertical Farming

Vertical farming can help address food insecurity by producing fresh, nutritious produce in areas where access to healthy food is limited. This is especially important in urban areas, where food deserts exist due to the lack of grocery stores and fresh produce. 

By growing crops locally, vertical farms can reduce the need for long-distance transportation of produce, which can help reduce food waste and increase the availability of fresh, healthy food in local communities. 

In addition, vertical farming can also help increase food production in regions where traditional farming is not possible due to factors such as climate, soil quality, or land availability. This can help increase food security and reduce reliance on imported food. 

Vertical farming has the potential to increase local food production, reduce transportation costs, and provide access to fresh, healthy food to communities, thus contributing to food security. 

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Sustainable

Sustainability

Grow Space Vertical Farms will promote sustainability through hydroponic growing methods and Controlled Environment Agriculture. Hydroponics is a soil-free method of growing plants that uses up to 90% less water than traditional farming methods. By using a closed-loop hydroponic system, we will be able to recycle water and reduce our overall water usage, making our farming methods more efficient and environmentally friendly. 

Kenosha Sustainability 

Grow Space Vertical Farms will be dedicated to promoting healthy, sustainable food solutions in our local community of Kenosha. Our innovative vertical farming methods will allow us to grow fresh, healthy produce year-round, and our location in the heart of the city will make it easy for residents to access locally grown, sustainably produced food. 

By growing our produce locally, we will be able to reduce the carbon footprint associated with transportation and ensure that our customers have access to fresh, healthy produce regardless of the season. Our produce will be grown without the use of pesticides or other harmful chemicals, and our hydroponic growing methods will use up to 90% less water than traditional farming methods, making our farming methods more sustainable and environmentally friendly. 

In addition to providing fresh, healthy produce to the local community, Grow Space Vertical Farms will also be committed to educating the community about the benefits of sustainable farming methods. We will offer tours and educational programs for local schools and community groups, and we will always be happy to answer questions and share our knowledge with anyone who is interested in learning more about sustainable food production. 

Growing produce hydroponically has a number of environmental benefits compared to traditional soil-based gardening. Hydroponics does not require the use of herbicides or pesticides, which helps the environment by reducing chemical waste runoff into local waterways. Additionally, it uses significantly less water than soil-based farming as water can be recycled and reused multiple times. Furthermore, it is more space efficient, allowing for increased crop production per square foot while using fewer resources such as fertilizers and energy. Lastly, it is a more modern method of producing crops that can help in reducing carbon emissions due to the fact that it requires less transportation of goods to market. Overall, hydroponic farming is an environmentally friendly alternative that offers many advantages over traditional soil-based gardening.

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Hydroponics are Better for the Environment

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