Paige Carter Sharing The Amazing Story of Farm One: Urban Chef's Farm of The Future

Posted in Success Stories on May 11, 2020

Farm One: Urban Farm of The Future

This time I had the pleasure of interviewing with Farm.One's Director of Experience, Paige Carter. She was kind enough to share the exciting story of Farm.One with our audience of microgreens farmers, fans and consumers.

An Unexpected Pivoting Turned Million Acre Farms Into a Robust Microgreens Farm Based in Punta Gorda, FL

Posted in Success Stories on May 6, 2020
Tags: ,

million acre farms logo

What I really love about Florida is the endless list of small towns and exotic places I can explore forever. This is why when I found out our next interviewee is based in Punta Gorda, FL the first thing I did is to open Google Maps, see where exactly it is and read the story of the town. It's a great fortune that even it's a relatively small town they have access to a number Read More »

New Canadian Farm Based in Vernon is Already Making Local People Healthy and Happy

Posted in Success Stories on May 4, 2020
Tags: ,

Microgreens Farm in Vernon, BC, Canada

Today we are introducing Lake View Farm's story. This is the first farm in Canada to get featured on Microgreenology and if you still haven't got a chance to explore Canadian farms this is a great opportunity. Without further ado, let's hop straight to the interview: What's The Name of Your Farm and where are you based? Our farm is Lake View Farms, in Vernon BC Canada. We overlook Okanagan Lake, which is said to Read More »

Microgreens Farm Based in Etowah County, Alabama on Aiming to Build Several Farm Locations Throughout the Southeastern

Posted in Success Stories on May 1, 2020
Tags: ,

Gardens On Air Farm - Founders

What's The Name of Your Farm and where are you based? The name of our farm is, “Gardens On Air – A Local Farm, Inc.”. We are based out of Etowah County, Alabama (35903) and our Corporate Office is in Rainbow City (35906) and our actual growing facility is in Hokes Bluff (35903). What's the story of Gardens On Air? How everything started, how difficult was in the beginning and what happened then, how did Read More »

San Diego Microgreens Farm on a Mission to Fight the Fast Food Epidemic

Posted in Success Stories on April 22, 2020

Microgreens San Diego - Local Leaf Microgreens

They got their first sales just recently, but are already making an impact in their local community. Meet Albert, David and Mike: 3 guys who started their own microgreens farm at the end of 2019 devoted to serve their local community and provide access to healthy micro veggies. Here are Albert's insights on their farm: What's The Name of Your Farm and where are you based? Local Leaf Microgreens. We are based in San Diego. Read More »

Announcement: We Are Launching Microgreens Pros. Learn How to Get Featured.

Posted in Uncategorized on April 18, 2020

We are launching a new category of posts devoted on supporting the community by featuring your stories. Why we are doing this? Having access to other farmers stories, success and failures will help people just starting out to overcome various types of smaller and bigger issues typical for farmers at the beginning of their journey. Access to the rubric will be free. We'll cover business owners of different size including people running urban farms and Read More »

Here's How to Ensure Clients That Your Microgreens Aren't Contaminated with COVID-19

Posted in Coronavirus on April 11, 2020

Hazmat tyvek suit

Looks like a lot of microgreens consumers are worried about the risks of getting the virus through their favorite microgreens which leads to: farmers struggling to distribute their production people limiting their consumption of healthy food At the same time, there isn’t any scientific research and data about the specific resiliency of coronavirus, because it is so new. Still studies show that its cousin viruses, SARS and MERS, only live for few hours on the Read More »

Is Today a Good Day to Start a Microgreens Business

Posted in Uncategorized on April 4, 2020

microgreens farmer

Right now it's true that: many restaurants are closed and many will go out of business farmers markets are shutting down people don't have money to buy expensive "premium" products But at the same time, this s a massive for thousands of people to start a Microgreens Business with the best model from the get-go! This is the easiest time to get customers for this model. For those crossing on this blog post without actually Read More »

1 4 5 6