This isn’t your father’s farm. Or anyone’s vision of a farm, really, outside of a science fiction novel. This “farm” of indoor plastic growing modules looks like it came off a spaceship. Fork Farms is a small, young, agriculture technology company that manufactures plastic hydroponic growing modules. Alex Tyink co-founded the company with his father, Steve Tyink, who is vice president of business innovation at Miron Construction, and John Brogan, CEO of Bank of Kaukauna. Read more…
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