Aja Atwood, Co-Founder and CEO of Trella Technologies joins us on set to talk about her innovative device that grows tall plants in small spaces horizontally. Watch In The Weeds with Jimmy Young on YouTube!
We sat down with Aja Atwood, a revolutionary inventor, who alongside Team, Trlla, have created a device that can grow everything from tomatoes to lettuce and even cannabis! Listen to Part 2 of 3 on on all of our podcast platforms including @ApplePodcasts: https://apple.co/2JNXmvh
Aja Atwood is a revolutionary inventor, who alongside Team Trella, have created a device that grows plants horizontally. We discuss this breakthrough for not only the cannabis industry, but for the farming industry as well. Listen here on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2Y7QdtY
Our CEO Aja Atwood discusses the TrellaGro LST (TM) with Jay Sugarman of NewTV for his Innovation Showcase Episode.
Aja N. Atwood, CEO and Co-Founder of Trella Technologies, LLC, addresses the audience at the Cannabis Debate hosted by the ExCollege in the Distler Performance Hall on March 29.
Aja Atwood, co-founder of Trella Technologies, combined her interest in cannabis with her background in mechanical engineering when she helped launched the company. With its clever design, Trella’s space-efficient and automated setup is the perfect solution for growing tall plants in small spaces or in urban settings. With a combination of innovation and community spirit (Trella plans to gift units to nonprofits, caregivers and growers serving urban “food deserts”), this company is one to watch with Atwood at the helm.
“I couldn’t have envisioned that this is where my engineering degree would bring me...” Trella cofounder Aja N. Atwood is featured as a "Cannabis Innovator" in Cape and Plymouth Business Magazine's November issue.
As Massachusetts readies for the opening of its first retail marijuana shops, likely later this month, Cape Cod has set itself up as one of the hardest places in the state to start a recreational marijuana business.
HYANNIS — Leaders in the nascent marijuana industry gathered Thursday to encourage Cape Codders to pursue their cannabis-related business dreams.
When people think of startups, they often imagine ideas written on napkins and late nights brainstorming in the basement. I assure you, Aja Atwood’s start up, Trella, is not your average startup. She’s light years ahead of the curve creating solutions to indoor farming needs and specifically the space concerns in urban farming. How amazing is that?!
As Massachusetts looks at making recreational marijuana available for adult-use, it is simultaneously legalizing a large but illicit industry while making it conducive for a startup system to flourish. As the retail cannabis industry looks to reach a billion dollars by 2020, it is inevitably attracting top talent — with a lot of diversity.
The legal cannabis industry is primed for explosive growth. With Massachusetts ending the prohibition, opportunities abound and entrepreneurs are getting involved.
Massachusetts-based start-up, Trella Technologies, LLC, has created a revolutionary plant training prototype that provides a tangible solution to food deserts and cannabis production.
As more markets enter the cannabis industry, the social inequalities that exist in the United States workforce are likely to roll over into this new field. Indeed, the burgeoning industry is not immune to the domination of rich white men. It’s not immune to excluding people of color, especially women. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Each week we highlight entrepreneurs in the cannabis industry for our viewers to learn more about the leading cannabis executives of our time. This week, we highlight Aja Atwood, Co-Founder of Trella Technologies.
Indoor farming is becoming the future of agriculture, thanks to some innovative technology created right here on Cape Cod. Take a look inside Trella Technologies to see how they've automated training of tall plants to grow in small spaces.
Representatives of the Cannabis Control Commission held a final public hearing on Friday at the West Tisbury library. The lightly attended, 20-minute event was the final Island stop of an extensive public outreach campaign by the commission that began last fall.
The legalization of cannabis has spread throughout 29 U.S. states thus far, and despite the controversy over the substance, it’s likely to continue expanding across the country. For Massachusetts — the first New England state to legalize cannabis — conversation has sparked between entrepreneurs, innovation start-ups, tech companies and venture capitalists, among others. This month, the MIT Enterprise Forum (MITEF) of Cambridge invited all to join a spectrum of cannabis cognoscenti across business, academia, and technology to bring their insights and expertise on the topic.