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Edible Silicon Valley: "Organic Meets Rocket Science"
Ecopia Farms is featured in an article by Edible Silicon Valley:
"Deep in the heart of Silicon Valley, a group of entrepreneurs are hard at work. Scientists, engineers and marketers huddle together and put in long hours to create the next big thing."
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Los Gatos Farmers' Market
Weekly from May 12th, Sunday: 8:00am - 1:00pm
Meet Market - Bluxome Street Winery
Meet Market event on May 25th, Saturday: 12:00 - 5:00. You can pre-order on our website.
Williams Sonoma Artisans Market, Los Gatos
May 4th, Saturday, 1:00 - 4:00. Come sample and buy our salads. You can pre-order on our website.
SF Chefs 2012
Ecopia Farms participated at SF Chefs 2012.
Future of Farming
NBC Bay Area January 17, 2012
It's a concept that could revolutionize conventional agriculture by drastically limiting the amount of water needed to create the perfect product. Traditional farmers need 72 gallons of water to raise just one head of lettuce. A new technique allows growers to use just a cup and a half to do the same thing. It's happening right here in the Bay Area. Vicky Nguyen has details on "Farming 2.0" in this report. And if you want to try some of these lettuces and greens for yourself, belly up to a table at one of these Bay Area restaurants: Acquerello, Ame, Betelnut, Bourbon Steak, Calafia, Farallon, Greens, Le Papillon, Masa's, Michael Mina, Nick's on Main, One Market, Plumed Horse, Quince, RN74, Saison, Baume.
Future of Farming Promo
NBC Bay Area January 16, 2012
Produce without sunlight? It may sound like science fiction, but a Silicon Valley company has apparently turned it into a reality.