Big Marble Farms Inc. announced it has installed ceiling blackout curtains on all existing greenhouses. The project will significantly decrease the amount of light emitted during the winter months and reduce the impact of their business on the broader community.
"Having just completed a 20-acre curtain install, Big Marble Farms now has 75% blackout capability on our 55-acre facility," the team says. Once the new project is finalized, all 55 acres of the greenhouse will have ceiling blackout curtains, significantly reducing the visual impact of operations. The work of retrofitting the greenhouse will begin in the fall of 2021 and will be completed in the second half of 2022.
“When we started twelve years ago, it was hard to imagine that our business would look like it does today. The community has been very supportive, and we do not take for granted how our operations affect those around us,” said Ryan Cramer, CEO of Big Marble Farms. “We love growing and doing business here. This project is a proactive step to reduce the impact on our friends and neighbors.”
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