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Share Your Vision of Vertical Farming

26 September 2018

by TUM 

As part of the EU project, “Cultivating Engagement”, we would like to partner together with you to revision the concept of vertical farming! We would love to see and hear what you personally think of as vertical farming, and what images you associate with it. If you haven’t heard of vertical farming, that’s completely fine! We still value your opinion.

 

Let us know what you think at our interactive survey http://revisionvf.org!

 

Mascha Gugganig and Laurie Waller

About The Author: Mascha Gugganig and Laurie Waller

Mascha Gugganig and Laurie Waller are researchers at the Munich Centre for Technology in Society. They are designing the participation process for the Cultivating Engagement project, which investigates how growing plants in high-tech urban farms might address sustainable food problems and aims to map public concerns about vertical farming.

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