Vertical farming survey to garner insights into the perceptions and preferences of consumers' produce purchases

The Dynamic Sustainability Lab at Syracuse University is leading efforts in researching the transitions to a net-zero carbon economy, which includes exploring new and innovative technologies. One of these technologies being large-scale Indoor Vertical Farming, a mode of controlled-environment agriculture. Various types of produce are grown using optimal growing conditions and more environmentally friendly practices. Such benefits include low carbon, low water usage, less land usage, and no pesticides/herbicides. 
As part of this research, they have developed this short 12-question anonymous survey to garner greater insights into the perceptions and preferences of consumers produce purchases. Participants should expect this survey to take no more than 10 to 15 minutes to complete. 


The results of this voluntary survey will be made publicly available on the Dynamic Sustainability Lab website. If you have any questions regarding this survey or research effort, you may contact the project's principal investigator, Dr. Jay Golden, Director of the Dynamic Sustainability Lab, at 

Click here to participate in the survey.

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