Welcome. We're Glad You're Here.

We are a circular economic aquaponic vertical farm.

combining 2 symbiotic systems:



Embodied Energy


Fish enrich the water with nutrients prior to hydroponic farming.

We master the growth of varying fish species by first servicing ecological recovery and restocking efforts prior to going to market.


Fruits, vegetables, berries, and leafy greens are popular species.

Our hydroponic vertical farming is optimized to grow 365 days per year, enabling localized farm-to-table convenience without pesticides, without herbicides, and without fungicides.


Our responsibility to quality starts with our water

Integral into each system is water. Our priority to this essential element drives the quality of our operations from fuel to food. Our obligation to recycle this resource is representative of our mission to close the loops within our system.

Food Waste

An estimated 40% of all food is wasted in America. This waste-stream often goes to landfill, releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere.

We reduce this effect by taking in tons of food waste per day, converting it back into valuable resources for our internal operations.

Anaerobic Digestion

We take in food-waste from local communities and process it in an anaerobic digestion system. This technology produces biogas fuel, nutrient-rich liquid fertilizer, and solid fertilizer that has multiple uses.

Energy System

We process the biogas derived from the anaerobic digester in a tri-generation fuel cell that produces:

  • Heat - used for post-processing of fertilizer
  • Electricity - used for our indoor growing systems
  • Hydrogen - used for our zero-emissions fleet


Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs) use hydrogen to make electricity.

Hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles are becoming the leading edge technology in the global automotive marketplace. Emitting nothing but pure distilled water, we use this technology for our distribution fleet and material handling equipment.

explore our beginnings...


We have been calculating varying scales of conceptual models, citing industry published performance metrics, peer-reviewed research, and industry consultation.

These models have helped to create a strategy for scale-ability of our systems based on the needs of the communities that we serve.

We have evolved, scaled, and evaluated these models for cost and performance.


We have identified, with guidance from the local county, a site that is zoned, sized, and geographically optimal for our first installation.

1103 Ridge Pike, Conshohocken, PA 19428 - 170,000 sq. ft. + 3.5 acre industrial

To secure a bond from the county, we need support from our community and investment partners.

Please join us in this journey.


We would love to hear from you.

Created By
Seedling LLC


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