Salinas, California — also known as the “Salad Bowl of the World” — is quickly transforming into a global hub for agriculture technology.
From drones in the fields to robots packing lettuce, farms are getting smarter – and Salinas is ripe with opportunity for innovation and investment in agtech.
Salinas is the nation’s fresh food capital located in the backyard of Silicon Valley.
Salinas companies are using technology to solve the world’s most critical challenges in food production and sustainability.
Our local innovation center, incubator and accelerator programs are dedicated specifically to agtech companies.
Salinas is dedicated to educating our workforce and cultivating the high-tech, high-skilled farmers of the future.
The Forbes AgTech Summit will return to Salinas for its fourth year on June 26-28, 2018. This annual event brings together 600+ industry experts and entrepreneurs from across the globe who are tackling some of today’s biggest agricultural challenges through innovation and technology.Learn More
The 10 startups that comprise THRIVE’s 2018 accelerator cohort will be showcased next Wednesday, April 18 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at the Old Salinas Firehouse. In addition to these startups, THRIVE alumni and corporate partners will be available for networking.Register Here
This December, Hartnell College will be recognized as one of the nation’s top community colleges in the U.S for degrees awarded to minority students. Of 1,400 community colleges in the U.S., Hartnell College had the ninth-highest percentage (89%) of minority student graduates, according to the “Top 100 Associate Degree Producers” report that will be featured...Read More