Video from Seedstock’s San Diego Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship Event
December 6, 2011 | Robert Puro
Last week, Seedstock, in association with Rady Entrepreneur Club held a panel entitled, Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship in Southern California at the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego. The sold out event featured seven entrepreneurs discussing their companies and their reasons for pursuing and developing sustainable agriculture ventures and technologies.
From high tech indoor urban farms that utilize the latest vertical farming technology to grow food cleanly, efficiently and without chemicals to renewable energy technology that generates electricity from agricultural waste, the entrepreneurs on the panel embodied the promise and vision of a sustainable agriculture industry that is set to experience explosive growth.
Seedstock, with the help of Rady School of Management, recorded the entire event on video. Over the next week or so, we will share video clips from the panel including company presentations from Home Town Farms, Interra Energy, VermaVision, Revolution Landscape, Biogas & Electric and Archi’s Acres.
The videos below feature Seedstock founder Jason Reed providing background on Seedstock and Dan Gibbs of Home Town Farms delivering a company presentation on his commercial vertical organic urban farming business.
Seedstock founder, Jason Reed, welcomes the attendees:
Dan Gibbs, CEO and Co-founder of Home Town Farms explains his company’s vertical organic urban farming business model: