Construction is beginning in Anderson County to make way for Shenandoah Growers, Inc.’s indoor biofarm. The 100,000-square-foot facility will grow produce and leafy greens and bring 50 jobs to the area.

The facility is located on 2665 Highway 29 South, and aims to be running by the second quarter of 2022. Shenandoah Growers is a technology and agriculture company. The biofarm will use fans to blow plants back and forth, allowing them to strengthen as they grow, one of the ways the indoor agriculture operation aims to bridge technology and agriculture.

The company said, in a statement, that it is the only large-scale organic soil-based indoor growing operation in the nation. 

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