“Looking back, my time at Urban Adamah was a significant pivot point in the course of my life…”
“…Not only did the Urban Adamah Fellowship expose me to the world of urban agriculture, but it turned me on to a way of learning that four years of college never did. I’ve carried those two threads with me ever since, embarking on a career that merges entrepreneurialism with food justice.”
Zach Stein, a graduate of Hamilton College, is an agricultural entrepreneur living in Berkeley, California. Along with his business partner Paul, he co-founded Osmo Systems, producers of OsmoBot, a product that brings the power of online monitoring and data collection to hydroponics, aquaponics, and aquaculture in an affordable package. To learn more about OsmoBot, visit the company’s website at www.OsmoBot.com or follow them on Twitter at @OsmoBot.