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Our Story

Here’s the deal.

We’re looking at the future. Right now, it looks like unpredictable weather patterns, strained resources, failed crops, and a continuously growing population which means fewer acres to farm and more mouths to feed. We created Streamline Farms to address these issues head-on. Our greenhouse uses 90% less water than a traditional farm; the building is designed specifically for our extreme weather, dark winters, and most importantly, food safety.

We’ve eliminated all food safety concerns by having a completely sanitized environment with traceability and minimal human contact, because we felt that the farmer should take the precaution, so that you don’t have to. Lastly, automation optimizes atmospheric conditions to the plants specific liking which allows for faster growth - resulting in more food while using less land. We offer high quality lettuces and herbs 365 days a year that are grown sustainably, without pesticides or GMOs. Best of all, it’s grown here in Montana by two college friends.

Our produce is always in season.


 

 
 

Meet Your Farmers

 
 
 
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Bradley Schuler | Lead Farmer & Co-Founder

Brad graduated in 2015 from Montana State University with a B.S. in Sustainable Foods and Bioenergy Systems. Over the past six years he has worked on several farms, including 3 years on an organic vegetable farm in Gallatin Valley. Brad spent countless hours sitting in a tractor, pulling weeds, and battling Montana’s harsh weather conditions. He saw how these variables made farming challenging and unpredictable, and felt it could be accomplished more efficiently. Brad’s passion and ambition for the technological advancement of sustainable farming helped bring Streamline Farms to fruition and we couldn’t be more excited to have him on our team.

 
 

 
 

Bennett Cawthon | CEO & Co-founder

Bennett’s background and experience really rounds us out. He graduated from Montana State University in 2017 with a B.S. in Business, Finance. During college, he worked for local wealth management firms but felt a drive to do more for his community. A passionate cook, Bennett noticed the lack of quality produce during the fall and winter months. He began researching and brain-storming with Brad, and felt he could put his business acumen and Brad’s farming expertise together to provide a solution for the community.

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