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We are currently seeking hosts to participate in our beta program in the Greater Seattle Area, and we will be opening additional beta programs in other US cities, as we expand. If you are interested in becoming a host, please use the form below to indicate your interest. While, we are starting in the Seattle area, feel free to sign up for additional cities, and your name will be on the top of the list when we begin that expansion. Also, feel free to sign up for our newsletter, or follow us on our various social media accounts. Some key considerations for becoming a host are provided below. There is no obligation at this time. Signup today to reserve your spot; if things change by the time your Farmlet is ready, simply let us know and we will move to the next in line.
Initially, Farmlets will be available in 8 foot by 20 foot, 8 foot by 40 foot, and 8 foot by 53 foot sizes. These initial Farmlets are contained within standard shipping containers. Enough space to deliver the farm is required, and a space that is level or can easily be leveled is required. As a point of reference, a standard US parking space is 8 feet by 20 feet.
Since we will be taking care of all of the work, the Farmlet will need to be in a place that can easily be accessed by our workforce. Typically, access only occurs during traditional business hours. If you wish to be the labor, please contact us and we can discuss. Also, depending on your exact space, access to a 240V electrical supply may be required.
LEGAL LAND OWNER OR AUTHORIZED USER
Hosts must either be the legal owner of the property, or be able to prove that they can legally utilize the space they intend to have a Farmlet placed.
Hosts are paid based on the total revenue of the agriculture products sold from the Farmlet.