Fixing a broken food system and reconnecting people with the food they eat is no easy task. But Lufa Farms in Montreal is doing it. With three rooftop greenhouses spread out across the city, Lufa has 140,000 sq. ft. of growing space dedicated to feeding the city. Look for our upcoming blog on how it all began and the amazing technology Lufa uses to grow sustainable, fresh produce such as lettuce, microgreens, cucumber, tomatoes, and so much more. For now, enjoy these photos of Garden Culture’s inspirational tour of one of Lufa’s revolutionary greenhouses.
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