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Future Growing LLC — Project Consultation

Future Growing® specializes in creating successful commercial urban farms. Our clients range from urban farmers who supply their communities with healthy local food, to well-known industry leaders like NASA, Google, AT&T Park (home of the San Francisco Giants), Chicago O’Hare International Airport, and the Getty Foundation, which provide the employees and customers at their own facilities with the highest quality, healthy aeroponic foods.

Project Consultation

Regardless of the project size or scope, Future Growing® helps you start and develop your business, every step along the way. The range and type of support is customized to the needs of each individual client. We can provide design, setup, and training for a simple greenhouse farm—or serve as a complete design and build firm for more specialized, world-class projects.

In our design and build work, Future Growing® consults and helps develop the project from the ground up, including site selection, farm layout and design, greenhouse design and structure requirements, utility requirements, architectural blueprints, construction, project setup, and operational training. Before you ever plant the first seed on your farm, you will have worked on a similar style of farm, using the exact same technology. Nothing beats “real world, hands-on” experience for long-term success.

Tim Blank

Our Urban Farm consulting team is comprised of professional growers, horticulturists, aeroponic experts, greenhouse engineers, architects, and LEED AP specialists. The team is led by Future Growing® founder and CEO Tim Blank (right), a hydroponics expert, global farm developer, and 12-year hydroponics veteran of the Walt Disney World Company.

Former President Bill Clinton

Every week, Future Growing® opens a new farm, and—every year since our company was established—we have opened a “First of Its Kind in The World” farm. We are well-rooted into the architectural and green design and construction community. In fact, Future Growing® LLC’s vertical aeroponic farming technology is so innovative, that it has been approved by the U.S. Green Building Council for LEED points.

We recently celebrated the opening of the world’s first LEED Platinum Green building, Step Up On Vine (pictured at left), with President Bill Clinton, Rick Fedrizzi, CEO & founding chairman of the U.S. Green Building Council, and Aileen Getty of the Getty Foundation. This building incorporates a vertical aeroponic farm on its rooftop, feeding the previously homeless residents.

Construction of the Garden Building

Our mission at Future Growing® is creating successful urban farms, one farmer at a time.LEED Platinum Certified This honest approach has yielded extraordinary success across a wide range of projects, far surpassing what is considered “the standard” in the hydroponics industry. Your success is our success, and each new project breeds many more. There are several hundred Future Growing® farms in operation globally and coast to coast across North America, including Alaska and Hawaii.

Just as we are continually evolving and innovating, we are passionate about helping you develop the world’s next “First of Its Kind” urban farm!  Contact us  to start your journey in growing healthy, local, environmentally-friendly food for the masses.


Proven Success: Leading The Local Food Movement, Future Growing Holds The Record For “First of its Kind in The World” Farms
The Garden Building, Florida

2009: Future Growing® opens The Garden Building (left) in the Orlando, FL metro area. This is the world’s first certified “green” building with a commercially-scaled fish farm and aeroponics incorporated onto the rooftop.

Bell Book and Candle, Manhattan

2010: Future Growing® opens Manhattan’s first roof-to-table aeroponic farm for Chef John Mooney’s Bell Book & Candle eatery (right). Five years and growing, Bell Book & Candle is Manhattan’s most successful and longest running roof-to-table farm.

O’Hare Urban Garden

2011: Future Growing® opens O’Hare Urban Garden at Chicago O’Hare International Airport (left), the world’s first aeroponic farm inside an airport terminal. The farm produces fresh, living plants for the airport’s illustrious restaurants and its Farmer’s Market. O’Hare Urban Garden is the longest-running commercial indoor food farm in the U.S., and operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Rouses Supermarket

2012: Future Growing® opens Rouses Supermarket’s “Roots on the Rooftop” farm (right), the world’s first roof-to-supermarket aeroponic farm, in New Orleans.Taking the meaning of fresh, local produce and zero carbon footprint to a new level, Rouses’ delivers tower-to-table produce to its in-store restaurant in 50 steps.

Solar panels at Step Up On Vine

2013: Future Growing® opens Step Up On Vine’s rooftop farm (left), the world’s first aeroponic rooftop farm featuring housing units for the homeless. Step Up On Vine is also the first “green” building with a rooftop aeroponic farm, helping it to qualify as LEED “Platinum” by the U.S. Green Building Council.

AT&T Giants Stadium

2014: Future Growing® opens “The Garden” urban farm at AT&T Park (right), home of the San Francisco Giants. Because it is the world’s first sustainable farm inside a major sports complex, the Giants were recently honored by President Barack Obama for being the first “green” Major League Baseball team.

Scissortail Farms, Tulsa, OK

2015: Future Growing® opens the world’s largest aeroponic farm in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which is located in a region that is one of the largest fresh food “deserts” in the United States.


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