Locally Grown Produce Creates Less Stress on the Planet
Situated on the outskirts of Denver, Colorado, our indoor vertical farm can supply healthy, fresh, and local greens to a wide variety of consumers.

In the U.S., an average head of field-grown lettuce travels hundreds of miles across the country before reaching a supermarket display case. Imported produce travels even farther. By the time it reaches store shelves, traditionally grown produce can be from as much as a week or more old, and can have contributed to increaesd CO2 emissions. Infinite Harvest’s vertical farm can deliver a fresh head of lettuce to a local supermarket within 24 to 48 hours of harvest.


More Yields, Less Waste, Made Possible by Vertical Farming
Vertical farming is a system of growing food in vertically stacked rows and columns using Controlled Environment Agriculture technology to manage light, humidity, temperature, gases, nutrients, and fertigation. We require less energy and water than a traditional farm, yet we can grow substantially more food over less acreage and operate year-round without the risk of adverse weather, drought, disease, or pests.

For example, Infinite Harvest’s growing technology can increase yields by 60% per acre while using 90% less water than traditional farming. Our integrated recycling, composting, and regenerative systems minimize waste while increasing energy and water efficiencies. By serving our local community, we can reduce the carbon footprint of food miles traveled, and provide a fresher product that doesn’t spend days in transit.


Non-GMO Seeds, No Harmful Chemicals
Our plants start from non-GMO seeds and we don’t use harmful chemicals in our growing process.

This means less environmental impact than large-scale farming and no contamination of the soil and water resources.