CENTRAL FALLS, RI--(Marketwired - Jun 10, 2015) - Acopia Harvest, a sustainable technology company specializing in hydroponics, is introducing Rentafarm™ as the new approach to urban agriculture. Designed to fit any busy lifestyle, the Rentafarm model provides customized farming spaces with the option to have freshly harvested produce delivered to end-users.

According to Amy Chauvin, Acopia Harvest Director of Operations, "Acopia Harvest International and its principal, Irving Backman, are advancing their mission to introduce affordable, manageable, and sustainable hydroponics systems in schools, homes and businesses across the nation and internationally. This new food production system allows restaurants, food service companies and everyday families to grow their own healthy and nutritious herbs and vegetables without toxic chemicals or pesticides -- 52 weeks a year."

To reserve farm space for Winter 2015/2016, please email acopiaharvestintl@gmail.com or contact Acopia Harvest at 1-855-998-FARM.

About Acopia Harvest

The Acopia Harvest mission is to increase awareness of its urban hydroponic program model, which aims to reduce carbon emissions to the environment by 94% via local and sustainable food production practices. The company is funded by Mr. Irving A. Backman of Dedham, MA, an entrepreneur and developer of alternative renewable projects and technologies relating to sustainability and environmental innovation for more than 40 years.

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