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.
D’Arrigo California has found that “growing green and going green” has numerous health, social and economic benefits. As the premier grower, packer and shipper of quality fruit and vegetables under the Andy Boy label the company takes pride in providing delicious and nutritious conventional and organic commodities year-round. The 3rd generation family farming company values...Read More
With an $8 billion agricultural industry and 52+ startups in the Western Growers Center for Innovation & Technology, Salinas is at the forefront of agriculture innovation. The City of Salinas has released a new infographic showcasing the impact of its agriculture industry and how local agtech developments are defining the future of farming.Read More
Drones hovering above fields, blades of water cutting through lettuce and robots weeding with impressive accuracy are just a few innovations you might see on a trip to the great farms of the Salinas Valley. In total, the region boasts an $8 billion agriculture industry, so it is no surprise Salinas companies are at...Read More