Infinite Harvest was featured by The Denver Channel in the article, “Vertical farming provides a different approach to raising the foods we eat: Many claim you can taste the difference.”
Infinite Harvest operator James Romano spoke with reporter Kai Beech: “We’ve got a 5,000 square foot footprint in that we’ve got a little over 30,000 square feet of growing space, which allows us to manage about 52,000 heads of lettuce and about 8,000 square feet of microgreens,” he said.
Their vertical farming method produces more crops year round with less environmental impact than traditional farming: “Your conventional farming is using hundreds of gallons of water to irrigate versus we recycle our water,” Romano said. “We treat it. We recirculate our water on a daily basis.”
Kai Beech highlights similar local endeavors and sums up the sustainable farming movement with the following: Vertical farming is taking produce to new heights by providing ultra-nutrient dense food while also conserving precious natural resources.