The Experience of the F.A.R.M.

The Needs of Agriculture

Food deserts, food insecurity and urban farming have been depicted as a lack of equal access to equal food options.  There is a new term like “food swamps” as a corporate response; not to the food problems but the access and demand problems that have not been answered.  So as we begin to populate urban cities, we also begin to displace our food supply.  Based on our population outpacing our nutritious food supply, many people’s physical and mental health are at risk!

Soiless Growing

Chemical fertilizers leave the soil incapable of supporting plants, without even more fertilizer. These chemicals are known to leak into the food and water supply creating a trillion dollar a year in food insecurity health care cost.

Healthy Habits

Society in its need for convenience has allowed their health to be a convenience. But unhealthy eating habits breeds economic ramifications that will hinder certain communities ability to thrive which creates a financial burden on society as a whole.

Food Forests

Current techniques to address “food desert” and “food insecurity” are not sustainable and have a negative long term effect by creating a dependant class that no longer have the ability to equally contribute to the economic growth.

Better Economics

The nature and design of our solution is to eliminate those factors that do not make farming economic or cost effective.

The bigger picture

Improve Quality and Profitability!

The F.A.R.M. is the answer to the food access problems. The F.A.R.M. is a process improvement methodology that reduces product waste or service failure rates to near perfection through a disciplined and data-driven approach. Practitioners use data to monitor, control and improve operational performance.   Incorporating our standard operating procedures eliminate and prevent defects in products and related processes, management, service delivery, design, production and customer satisfaction. The F.A.R.M. also helps eliminate redundancy and seven other wastes. They are:

  1. Defects
  2. Overproduction
  3. Transportation
  4. Waiting
  5. Inventory
  6. Motion
  7. Processing
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Farming in harmony with the environment

Impact on Environment

The big advantage of indoor vertical farming is that it has less impact on the environment. Additionally, it can grow large amount of fresh produce in small areas. Vertical farming has tremendous environmental benefits which is not available in traditional farming.

  • In vertical farming seasonality is not a factor; there is no risk of poor weather conditions or seed contamination
  • As this farming needs very minimum water, it can be beneficial for drought-heavy regions
  • No land needs to be plowed or changed
  • No environmental issues that occur for clearing land for farming ( i.e., soil erosion, habitat loss)
  • Vertical farming does not release any toxins into the ground
  • May use solar / natural light instead of electricity
  • Using High-efficiency LED lighting reduces power usage
  • We are carbon free emission competitive (i.e., no fossil fuel tractors, )
  • Free of Chemical fertilizers, pesticide and herbicide
  • Nitrate-free produce
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Become the next vertical farmer and


We evaluate your needs and space and customize a design just for you. By using CAD we give you the most efficient lay out for your farm. Our specialty is offering turnkey systems.  The F.A.R.M. will have you up and growing with everything you need. You become an Affiliate Farm and receive our ongoing contractual Maintenance support and training as needed for the life of your Vertical Farm.

The Food Access & Reclamation Model

The F.A.R.M. is an agriculture system that focuses growing vertically. Through joint ventures with government, corporations and health-conscious individuals, we are teaching the world to "Grow Up."


838 North Rainbow Blvd. Las Vegas, NV 89107
Phone: (702) 472-6295

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