Gallery: Vertical Harvest of Jackson Hole Will Grow Organic Produce Eve...

Fresh tomatoes in the middle of the winter in a ski town? Don't discount the idea too quickly - a group of foodophiles in Jackson Hole, Wyoming are raising funds to build a three-story vertical garden to grow produce all year round. Sited on an unused parcel of city land, Vertical Harvest will grow organic produce (even tomatoes!) 365 days a year. The hydroponic vertical garden was designed by Jackson-based E/Ye Design and will not only sell produce to stores and restaurants in the area, but educate the public and employ locals with disabilities. Looks like Jackson could be a new foodie destination!

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