Brian Falther

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Brian Falther

Grand Rapids, Michigan

Brian Falther is a mechanical engineer, thinker, dreamer and entrepreneur. Passionate about: preserving humanity, technology, & problems affecting at least a billion people.

He is Co-Founder of Future Tech Farm - A diversified portfolio of Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) technologies. This project aims to design and develop agricultural innovations to grow food the most efficient way possible. Our mission is to reassociate the public conciousness of what farming should be.

Featured in the New York Times (4/25/13)

Interviewed on NPR (2/15/13)

2nd place finalist in Michigan Clean Energy Venture Challenge for $18,000 in grants

Contributing writer to Breaking THE barrier - Striving to be unreasonable & How to get seed funding by Thursday

Recipient of two rounds of pre-seed funding by Start Garden venture capital fund totaling $25,000 (12/20/12)

Featured in the articles:

Startup Seeks to Shape Future of Urban Agriculture with Fish, Automation and Well Designed Hardware

Aquaponics offers technological solution to hunger, farming problems

A real-life Farmville

  • Work
    • Co-Founder of Future Tech Farm
  • Education
    • Bachelor's Mechanical Engineering, Kettering University