Developing Advanced Controlled Environment Agriculture Facilities Nationwide


Tanya Development supports the following non-profit organizations who work every day on building relationships for the sake of our planet and all of us.

Exploring Integrated Solutions

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By 2030, America’s farms, ranches and forests are at the forefront of resolving food system, energy, environmental and climate challenges and achieving global sustainable development goals.

What We Do

  • Incubate and advance pragmatic, proven and innovative agricultural solutions that benefit producers, the public and the planet.
  • Inspire, educate and equip agricultural solutions to innovate and lead efforts to sustain productivity, enhance climate resilience and contribute to local and global goals for sustainable development.

The Opportunities

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In an increasingly urbanized society, our urban resources can be better managed to create a more adaptive and resilient food system.



Solutions for Urban Agriculture (SFUA) is a non-profit farming organization that seeks to offer innovative solutions to some of the pressing food security, public health, ecological, workforce and educational needs facing urban environments today.

Chabad Movement

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Tanya Development derived its name from the foundational work of the Chabad movement – The publication of the Tanya compacts four millennia of Jewish wisdom to revolutionize the way we think about G-d, the human soul, the world and our place in it. At its core, the Tanya provides a framework upon which all relationships can be developed with crucial insights and understanding our role and responsibilities to G-d and to each other.