An all-inclusive, distinctive indoor produce growing methodology with built-in automated growth monitored engineering alerts and historical growth information for each Community Fresh Foods Garden Farm location. The system is an industry-leading pre-priced, custom four seasons cold and hot climate indoor designed.

Individual Fresh Foods Garden Farm Systems are custom designed to address individual First Nations and Inuit community nutritional shortages. They allow year-round, quality, fresh produce resources through the cold climate indoor natural growing of fresh produce greens and other natural raw foods, within individual Community Garden Farms.

FNG also provides ongoing 24/7/365 support through experienced, cold and hot climate, automation savvy, technologically advanced rotary hydroponic, fresh produce growing experts. We intend to deliver both individual community training and the installation of dependable, year-round, cold climate, commercial Garden Fresh Foods Farm Systems, which have 365 days year compatibility. This system can serve the fresh produce needs of each community and or include several other area communities with one financially viable, sustainable, commercial Fresh Foods Garden Farm System.

Fully automated growth monitoring and growth history recording technology will ensure natural, fresh quality organic production of nutritionally rich greens, including year-round maximum growth cycle yields. We pride ourselves in the ongoing successes of each community Fresh Foods Garden Farm project by delivering additional year-round, 24/7, one-on-one advanced support for each location and their personnel. FNG offers advanced pre-opening technical, plant, operation and facility training. This support includes growth education workshop seminars as well as online help to ensure the success of each community project. This aid is an Indigenous Community opportunity that is long overdue.

Each Fresh Foods Garden Farm System is specifically designed to meet the annual consumption needs of the First Nations and Inuit individual communities, based on population and their specific nutritional needs and concerns.  This system may also include other surrounding area communities and residents, providing necessary additional year-round nutrition resources for their members and their children, within their communities.