We commit to providing high quality, nutritious leafy greens, herbs, and small fruiting crops year-round, contributing to food security in Northwestern Ontario..
AgriTech North will reduce fresh produce costs in Far North Indigenous communities by 25% and increase availability in communities year-round.
Our vertical farming hydroponics system uses 90% less water, 60% less nutrients, and no pesticides, herbicides, or fungicides, when compared to Organic and conventional farming methods. Hydroponically grown produce also yields up to three times conventional farming methods!
We acknowledge that we are located on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe and Métis people of Treaty Three and Treaty 3 Adhesion. The Anishinaabe are the original caretakers of this land and called this place Paawidigong, meaning place of the rapids which is now known as Dryden. This land is important to the people of Migisi Sahgaigan (Eagle Lake First Nation), Waabigonii Zaaga’igan (Wabigoon Lake Ojibway Nation), as well as the Métis people of the area and the residents of Dryden.