Converting urban spaces into ultra-efficient indoor farms that produce accessible, tasty, and affordable local food year-round.
- Raised $160 million Series B in 2021. Investors include General Atlantic, Siemens Financial Services, Blue Earth, Beyond Net Zero, Barclays and Taurus Capital.
- Won Best Crop Innovation and Best Water Saving Initiative at the 2021 Vertical Farming World Awards.
- Growing methods use 97% less water than traditional farming practices.
Currently Operating in 57 Regions
January 29, 2020
This year is expected to be a big one for autonomous farming where robots plant, nurture and harvest leafy greens indoors. One such farm is under construction in Ohio.
May 3, 2022
See the 39 inspiring winners, and hundreds of honorees, of Fast Company’s 2022 World Changing Ideas Awards.
August 9, 2021
80 Acres Farms Secures $160 Million in Series B Led by General Atlantic to Accelerate Global Farm Expansion & Product Development
HAMILTON, OH / ACCESSWIRE / August 9, 2021 / 80 Acres Farms, the industry-leading vertical farming company, has secured $160 million in additional funding in a round led by General Atlantic and...
November 2, 2020
80 Acres Farms Raises Funding Round Led by Barclays to Accelerate Growth in Automated Vertical Farming Technology
80 Acres Farms, the sustainable solution for fresh, pesticide-free food, announced that it added Barclays as a strategic investor in the business ...
November 2, 2020
A Hamilton-based vertical farming startup has raised another funding round as it prepares for “rapid” growth both domestically and abroad.
September 7, 2020
Indoor farming is revolutionizing the way produce is grown. Tisha Livingston is helping to take it to a global level.
As cofounder and president of 80 Acres and CEO of Infinite Acres, Tisha Livingson is using technology to make a difference in agriculture.
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