Local produce, everywhere.

No pesticides, GMOs or long distance travel. Just locally grown produce without all the baggage.

Better Food. Better for the planet.

Reinventing agriculture for the 21st century and beyond.

Here at Plenty, we are rethinking agriculture to make fresher, better food available everywhere. Our team is building a revolutionary system using technology and plant science to give crops the perfect environment to flourish – with no pesticides or GMOs.

Relative to conventional agriculture, we are building systems that will deliver up to 350X the yield per square foot of land, use 1% as much water, cut thousands of miles out of the supply chain, and deliver consumers produce that is many days fresher. All of these changes lead to exceptional flavor experiences and better nutrition.

Our founders

Matt Barnard - Co-Founder & CEO

Matt built his career leading teams to innovate quickly and achieve complex milestones at scale. These teams designed and deployed over $1B of sophisticated technology infrastructure. A 6th generation farmer, Matt earned a Masters in Science from the Stanford GSB, and a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Northwestern University.

Nate Storey - Co-Founder & Chief Science Officer

Nate received his PhD in Agronomy from the University of Wyoming with an emphasis in vertical plane hydroponic production. He has extensive experience in plant production and equipment design. Nate also founded and was CEO of Bright Agrotech, a leader in vertical plane production technology for indoor and greenhouse growers.

Our investors

We're proud to have leading investors with expertise in Big Data, Ag Tech, AI, Machine Learning, International Expansion and more.

Press

Seeking Farm Fresh Talent

We are searching for exceptional candidates determined to reshape and transform agriculture, for people and for the planet. If you are passionate about redefining food and thrive in innovative environments, we’d love to get to know you. We’re a small and growing team doing extraordinary things.

Local produce everywhere. It’s a revolution, without the pitchforks.