Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Links for Flat Valley Business Essay

This is the site many of you will be interested in:
New Visions--Medical School, Distribution Centers, Food Processing, and more

Wine Yakima Valley

Downtown Yakima

Downtown Futures Initiative

Pacific Northwest University of Health Science

Education and future business.


Vertical Farms





Immigration Crackdown threatens bumper crop

Crackdowon taking a bite out of apple industry?

H2A Visa

H2A Changes

H2A in Washington State

Zirkle

Zirkle

Global Horizons

Global Horizons

TODAY'S NEWS: Push for guest workers

Foreign Workers for seasonal jobs, recession or not

Economy puts squeeze on Wine Industry

Guest Workers in Yakima (last may)

Editorial on Guest Workers

YHRepublic Editorial on Guest Worker Program

Watch more free documentaries
Anarobic Digestion--Wikipedia link

Anaerobic Digestion videos

Also check out "Cowpower"

WSU's workshops on A/D

Agribots

Wikipedia on Agribots

Video of Agribots

Agribots, uav's and self-steered tractors

Wired Article

Discover

Gizmodo

Chines Apple Juice Concentrate Dumping

A video

6 comments:

Alyssa D said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucfpPNeJirg

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Scs2SIeIkkM

check these out for vertical farms; they've very helpful!! =D

JaNet G. said...

If they make those Vertical farms, then we are def advanced. Its prob the best thing ive ever seen...

quinaultnative said...

No China :-(

Stephanie Marie said...

The idea of vertical farms is so unreal to me, like something out of a science fiction movie. 20 years ago nobody would have ever thought this possible and now look. I would love to see one of these in real life.

Naomi Robinson said...

The idea of vertical farms is amazing and at the same time scary. I know people in the Yakima Valley who are farmers, they make their living off of what they grow and sell. They would be devistated if vertical farms were built here.

Naomi Robinson said...

The idea of vertical farms is amazing and at the same time scary. I know people in the Yakima Valley who are farmers, they make their living off of what they grow and sell. They would be devistated if vertical farms were built here.