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Introducing the Flex Farm

The Flex Farm is the most efficient, scalable, and transformative indoor, vertical hydroponic technology on the planet.


Grow 25+ lbs of fresh food
every 28 days


Harvest up to 3,400
plants annually

Requires 2 hours of regular maintenance per month

Requires 2 hours of
regular maintenance per

Growing success

Growing success with the Flex Farm is all but guaranteed.

In addition to the innovative hydroponic technology, it also includes:
  • End-to-end support from the Fork Farms team of hydroponics experts
  • Access to the Farmative community where you can collaborate with like-minded, innovative growers

Is the Flex Farm right for you?

Connect with an expert member of our team and let’s work together to bring your growing experience to life. To help get you connected with the best person, please tell us where you are located.



“I hope students working with the Flex Farm experience the happiness and joy I have in seeing their seedlings grow. I also hope it inspires many people – both students and teachers – to make a difference in the world, help us change for the better.”

Lake Bluff Elementary, Shorewood, WI

I believe that when students are an active part of the growing process, they are more likely to eat better. The Flex Farm is a perfect way to engage students in this regard.

Charlie Uihlein
Executive Director, Teens Grow Greens

Engaging students in the growing process builds pride in the product and makes people likely to choose to eat what they produce. Access to healthy, good-tasting lettuce will also increase the health of our students and may lead to more positive eating choices that could have a lasting impact on future health.

Jeff Schmid
Biology Teacher, Two Rivers High School

The Flex Farm is a product that will not only engage students via a curriculum that can be incorporated into the classroom, but will also provide an opportunity to study the impact of improved access to fresh healthy food for students and their families.

Nathan Larson
Executive Director, Restorative Places; Co-founder, Wisconsin School Garden Network

Something that has surprised me about the Flex Farm is how it could change the world. It’s a small thing doing an awfully big job and that amazes me.

Lake Bluff Elementary School, Shorewood, WI