Iron Roots Farm 30 ft. x 120 ft. Gothic Arch High Tunnel Hoop House Greenhouse in Youngstown, OH Gothic Arch

Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation (YNDC) has been doing a great deal to curb the issues surrounding vacant houses in the city, and has come up with a number of programs to spark economic development.  Iron Roots Farm is one of those programs. Put into motion to jump start education and to give a working example of alternative land re-use. Iron Roots grows food right on the YNDC headquarters, which is located in a formerly vacant home that has been repurposed and renovated. more about Iron Roots Farm - Youngstown Ohio »

Any project we are hired to do by a previous customer is a job that makes us feel warm inside. We are very grateful for any customer, but repeat customers give us some form of physical proof that we did a great job the first time. When we were called by Gray Fox Farm in the late winter to come out to their farm to get a small "Start House" built we were excited to get out there.  more about Gray Fox Farm - A Second Tunnel »

For those reading this, Refugee Response is a Cleveland, OH based organization that provides job training for refugees. One of the projects of the organization is to provide job training in agriculture. To affectively carry out this training, Refugee Response farms around two acres of land in Cleveland, OH selling the produce direct to customers through a CSA program as well as through an on-site Farm Stand. Their farm also sells to area restaurants. more about Refugee Response - Ohio City Farm »

In the Spring of 2013 we had the unique opportunity to head West and do a project far from our headquarters in Northeast Ohio. We were contacted by a couple of Ranchers in the great State of Wyoming to get them some pricing on a 20 ft. Wide x 48 ft. Long Gothic Farm Tunnel. We gave them pricing for both a DIY Kit and a fully installed system by our crew. The Ranchers had approached our company as well as a few other greenhouse suppliers to provide them with pricing, but it turns out that most others didn't want to make the trip install a single tunnel. more about R and G Anderson Ranch - Wyoming »

Urban Community Victory Garden, located in Warren, Ohio, is a community garden that is truly "grassroots" in nature. Growing steadily over the past two years the garden reached a point where it decided that season extension efforts were needed. Over 80 plots for members of the Warren community checker the landscape full of every crop from okra and peanuts to tomatoes and kale.  more about Urban Community Victory Garden; Warren, Ohio »

Tunnel Vision Hoops is a large supporter of small / medium size producers as well as urban and peri-urban food production. For this reason, TVH was very excited to develop infrastructure as a vendor for The Ohio State University BEAN Project. This is the Beginning Entrepreneurs in Agricultural Networks Project that is located in the heart of Cleveland's Eastside. This project functions as a business incubator for beginning farmers by supplying quarter acre plots to be operated as market farms. The farm as a whole is called Kinsman Farm. more about OSU Kinsman Farm »

Bumbleberry Fields in Oberlin, Ohio purchased a 20 ft. x 48 ft. High Tunnel Hoop House from Tunnel Vision Hoops (TVH) in the summer of 2011. We at TVH had a great time in rural Oberlin building the structure; a beautiful farmscape, a hard working farmer, and blueberry's as far as the eye could see. So, when Bumbleberry Fields reached out to TVH to install two Walk-in Commercial Cooler units for her farm we jumped at the opportunity to get back out there.  more about Bumbleberry Fields; be Cool »

Brickel Creek Organic Berry Farm, located in rural Jamestown, Ohio, recently purchased two 20 ft. x 58 ft. High Tunnel Hoop Houses with a number of features that will help Brickel Creek Owner / Operator Sue Borton expand the capacity and scope of her farm's production. Sue Borton's farm officially became the site of the first Tunnel Vision Hoops systems to be built outside the 16 county Northeast Ohio region. In addition to the "out of town" nature of these jobs Sue hired TVH to complete the installations as oppossed to purchasing DIY Kits. more about Brickel Creek Organic Berry Farm »

Stanard Farm, a one acre urban farm located on East 53rd Street in Cleveland, Ohio is operated by the Cuyahoga County Board of Developmental Disabilities (CCBDD), and is home to two 20' x 72' "double dome" hoop houses. Fitted with fully retractable All-Season Domes, side door entrances, rain water harvesting, and roll-up sides these structures will give CCBDD the ability to employ highly functioning disabled adults year round. The winter of 2011/2012 was the first winter of full harvesting for Cleveland Crops, as both houses were used primarily for starts in the winter of 2010/2011. more about Cleveland Crops' Stanard Farm »

A 20' x 72' tunnel with two All-Season Retractable Dome's, Rain Water Harvesting, and Side Door Entrances was installed at Case Western Reserve University's Squire Valleevue Farm in 2010. An additional layer of Poly and Tunnel Vision's Greenhouse Spacer Blocks have been added onto the structure to provide an 8" dead air space between layers for added insulation and reduced interior condensation. A beautiful farm worth a visit for anyone driving through Hunting Valley, OH. more about Squire Valleevue Farm »


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