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Data & Trends in Controlled Environmental Agriculture: Insights from the USDA Census of Agriculture


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CEA |  Crop |  Greenhouse |  Growing Efficiency Workshops |  Market Report |  USDA
Faculty:
Carmen Azzaretti |  James Altland
Duration:
1 hour
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Join us for an exclusive webinar celebrating the early August publication of the CEA in the Census of Agriculture report  designed to equip you with the latest statistics and insights from the USDA Agriculture Census. Discussing current rankings and growth trends in CEA food crops on a state by state level with context from Research Horticulturist Dr. James Altland of the USDA ARS Application Technology Research Unit. 

Key Takeaways:

  • Gain an understanding of national and state-level trends in CEA food crops.

  • Identify emerging opportunities and areas of decline within the industry.

  • Receive actionable insights to enhance your business development efforts.

Who Should Attend:

  • Business Development Professionals

  • Greenhouse Industry Stakeholders

  • Food Crop Industry Stakeholders

  • Market Analysts

Don’t miss this opportunity to stay ahead of the curve and gain a competitive edge with the latest CEA food trends and statistics from the USDA Agriculture Census. We look forward to seeing you there!

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As Engineering & Operations Manager at RII, Carmen managing activities related to PowerScore expansion and development, coordinating logistics associated with Technical Advisory Council activities, and technical activities of the team.

Carmen has a mechanical engineering degree from Rochester Institute of Technology. While climbing wind turbines in the mountains of Vermont, she got her certification as a passive house consultant and further cultivated her passion for resource efficiency in the built environment, leading her to RII.