Urban Vertical Farming Comes to Jacksonville
Matthew Chang, the founder of Chang Industrial, shared with JAX Chamber's Arlington Council the designs for urban vertical farming in Jacksonville. Matthew presents many aspects of urban vertical farming such as:
What will be grown in the vertical farms?
What are the technical benefits?
What is the yield?
What are the impacts on job creation and education?
How does this contribute to a decrease in waste?
Check out the video below for Matthew's full talk on Urban Vertical Farming in Jacksonville:
The JAX Chamber Councils are strategic, business-focused groups offering a platform for Chamber members and their employees to become actively involved in the business community. Through this collaboration, members bring together a wealth of talent, experience, and expertise to advance their business and the greater Northeast Florida region. The Arlington Council's mission is to help Arlington flourish by supporting the community, businesses, and schools.
The spotlight speakers from this month were Jax Metro Self Help Credit Union presented by Darlene Dalton and Tom Larson, JSK Marketing presented by Jenn Kjellman, Grounds of Grace presented by Ron Armstrong, Kamp K9 Jax Beach presented by Greg DiFranza, and Girls of Virtue presented by Della Sellers.
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