Algae News Update
New spirulina microfarm underway in commercial greenhouses south of the San Francisco Bay Area to offer fresh products to the regional California market. April 30, 2016.
Robert Henrikson presented “Smart Algae Microfarms” at Food Funded, investor and entrepreneur workshops and presentations for food ventures. May 5, 2016 in San Francisco CA.
Are algae the fresh and locally grown greenhouse crop of the future?
Algae have the potential to become a cash crop that can provide commercial greenhouse and controlled environment growers with a stable income stream, year round. (Hortidaily.com May 14, 2015)
Robert Henrikson presented “Are Algae Microfarms the Future of Urban Farming?” at Sustainatopia, green business conference for sustainability, May 2-4, 2016 in San Francisco CA.
Smart Microfarms is a winner of Algae Industry Magazine 2015 International Readers Poll for “Algae Microfarm”. AIM Readers’ Poll mission is to recognize innovation and excellence. Jan 14, 2016.
Scalable Algae Microfarms series for Algae Industry Magazine
Evolving from projects in developing world villages, algaepreneurs are growing algae in small greenhouses. Smart web-based technology with modular systems will soon make it feasible to deploy scalable microfarms.