Indoor farming and AgTech impacts explained

14-04-2021    13:34   |    Goedemorgen

US, Charleston, SC- Climate change and shrinking arable land will make feeding the growing human population an increasing challenge in the years and decades to come. Join AmplifiedAg, Inc. CEO and founder, Don Taylor at the ‘Future of Food Under Climate Change’ virtual event as he discusses the increasing need for indoor farming and agriculture technologies in order to sustain safe food access for the planet’s population.


Hosted by the National Institute of Social Sciences; Registration is free


Hosted by the National Institute of Social Sciences on Thursday, April 29 from 5:30 - 7:00 pm, the virtual event is free and registration is available at


As broad challenges face humanity ranging from the production of food, social equity in its distribution and use, and even what we define as food, Taylor and an expert group of panelists will bring diverse perspectives on how to address this pressing problem.


A software industry veteran for more than 30 years, Taylor passionately leads AmplifiedAg and Vertical Roots with expertise in engineering innovation to develop technology solutions for sustainable farming practices.


Taylor’s humanitarian mindset is reflected in AmplifiedAg’s mission to provide global access to safe food, where the company has developed an indoor farming platform to grow nutritious food directly at the point of consumption, while not harming the planet in the process. AmplifiedAg manufactures premier indoor container farms, upcycled from decommissioned shipping containers, as well as hydroponic systems, hardware and electronics, and proprietary SaaS-based technologies. Combined, the company provides a holistic solution to grow safe food anywhere in the world.


AmplifiedAg also owns and operates Vertical Roots, the largest hydroponic container farm in the World, growing fresh, nutritious, pesticide-free leafy greens 365 days a year. Vertical Roots produce is available in over 1,200 major grocery retailers across the Southeast, as well as universities, schools and restaurants.


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