Northeast Ohio

BioDynamics Foundation offers Production, Community, and Educational Greenhouses that produce large amounts of pesticide-free, high quality produce year-round. The Foundation’s greenhouses can be constructed in nearly any location including rural as well as urban areas.

Biodynamics Foundation greenhouses supplement Northeast Ohio rural traditional farming practices by extending the growing season 365 days a year to increase crop production and supply to maximize output and revenue.

Supplementing the Foundation’s greenhouses with traditional farming provides tremendous growing potential as demonstrated by the following lettuce crop example, which directly compares BioDynamics Foundation’s solution to traditional farming:

  • Land efficiency, favorable by 8.7:1
  • Growing season of 12 months vs. apx. 6 months
  • Growing cycle of 40 days vs. 60 days
  • Plant density, favorable by 2.9:1
  • Water efficiency, favorable by 20:1
  • Nutrient efficiency, favorable by 2.5:1

Pairing BioDynamics Foundation greenhouses with traditional farming will save time and increase revenue while conserving natural resources.

BioDynamics Foundation greenhouses constructed in Northeast Ohio’s urban areas enrich communities by providing unprecedented access to ripe, therein highly nutritious, pesticide-free and contaminant-free produce.

The Foundation’s urban greenhouses can be erected on the rooftops of or adjacent to the following locations:

  • Foodbanks to off-set expenditures and donations to offer more recipients with nutritious fruits and vegetables seeing as the majority of foodbank distribution is non-perishable goods.
  • Churches that provide charitable food distribution.
  • Retirement Homes to off-set the facility’s cost of food while also providing an opportunity for elderly individuals to participate in year-round gardening.
  • Schools benefit immensely for not only will the educational greenhouse produce enough food to significantly off-set the school’s lunch program, but will also serves as a hands-on educational laboratory enriching any science curriculum.
  • Lower-income areas allow communities to become more self-sufficient, provides employment opportunities in an effort to reduce poverty and crime related acts, and provides an innovative alternative that could be the catalyst of long-term positive change.
  • Restaurants to off-set costs in addition to serving more nutritious produce to customers.
  • Hospitals benefit by having a production greenhouse that off-sets food service expenditures.