Like underwater rainforests, vertical farms grow crops sustainably and rebuild ecosystems

Like underwater rainforests,  vertical farms grow crops sustainably and rebuild ecosystems

Zero-input underwater farms, which means growing food without the need for freshwater, fertilizer, or feed, could be the most sustainable way to produce food in the era of climate change. The crops, which soak up greenhouse gases, further help rebalance and rebuild local ecosystems.

Greenwave, a pioneering regenerative ocean farming initiative, is offering an online toolkit to help train others how to grow sustainable crops underwater.  Read more…

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