Towers Without Borders

Agrotonomy Corp. is a proud sponsor of Towers Without Borders Inc., a nonprofit organization committed to set up aeroponic vertical farms for orphanages around the world.

“Give a man a fish, and you will feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you have fed him for a lifetime.” Based on the same philosophy of this old proverb, Towers Without Borders believes in educating disadvantaged communities on how to farm nutritious crops regardless of conditions, using vertical aeroponic systems.

We mainly focus on donating full turnkey solutions to orphanages:

Setting up an aeroponic vertical farm for an orphanage is like sending fresh healthy food to the most disadvantaged children for years to come.

From seeds to seedlings, and from seedlings to harvests, children are encouraged through various programs to get involved with growing plants.

Teaching children the value of food security is the best gift we can give to the next generation of adults.

In 2020 – 2021, Towers Without Borders will be setting up 3 aeroponic vertical farms for orphanages located in Mexico, Colombia, and Kenya.

Project details will be released after the coronavirus lockdowns are over worldwide.

In the meantime, we encourage everyone to donate to Towers Without Borders to contribute to their cause.

Thank you in advance for your generosity. Even the smallest donations count!

Donate to Towers Without Borders 

We encourage everyone to donate to Towers Without Borders to give the gift of fresh food to orphans around the world to their cause.

All donations are processed via Agrotonomy Corp.

Aeroponic tower systems are modular in size, they can be used indoors or outdoors, and do not require previous farming experience to operate.

No chemical pesticides is ever sprayed, Towers Without Borders grows beyond-organic crops: 95% water-saving in comparison to conventional soil farming, 90% space-saving, and up to 50% nutrient density increase.

Towers Without Borders utilizes modern farming for the benefit of those who are the most in need.

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