NewGardens is the first commercial turnkey aeroponic company in the world. We are a combination of cutting edge technology, cultivation of exotic crops, sales and distribution in the 21st century. We design & build made-to-order automated, computerized, and controlled aeroponic systems and unique sustainable greenhouses. “We grow food in air”
NewGardens is the first commercial turnkey aeroponic company in the world. We are a combination of cutting edge technology, cultivation of specialty/exotic produce/fruit, sales and distribution in the 21st century. We design & build made-to-order automated, computerized, and controlled aeroponic systems and unique sustainable greenhouses. “We grow food in air”
Management Team: The roles of each team member are in line with qualifications and interests, bolstering the feasibility of our plans. Each member is committed to bringing the project to fruition by sacrificing more certain opportunities in order to complete this project. The strength of the team stems from three major factors: Works well together. Was borne of friendship and mutual respect. A strong ethic of teamwork manifests itself in an open and cooperative work style.
Bill Sobolewski: Managing Director and Co-Founder
Bill has performed over five years extensive research and development in aeroponic technology and greenhouse operations. Before co-founding NewGardens, Bill was the President and CEO of the Pads Software, Inc. in Marlboro, MA. Bill is a graduate of Maricopa Technical College, Phoenix, Arizona, 1973, with an A.A. Degree in Electrical-Mechanical Engineering. In addition he has credited over 200 hours of master Business Administration, Management Development, and Professional Advancement courses. He is a Vietnam veteran and an honored member of 1993/94 WHO's WHO Registry of Global Business Leaders.
Dave Kamrath: Operations Director and Co-Founder
Dave has over fifteen years experience in sales, marketing and operations maintenance. During his career he has sat on the board of many international relief organizations, and started several small businesses. He developed his integrity, work ethic, and agricultural interest growing up on a large farm in the Midwest. During co-starting NewGardens, Dave manages his construction company which he currently owns. Some of his work has consisted of several domestic and international human relief missions. Dave also has experience as an international speaker on leadership and team organization. He is a graduate of Warner Pacific College, Portland, OR. With a B.S. degree in Human Development. Dave is married and has two children.
Dr. Giancarlo Costa: Agronomy and R&D Director and Co-Founder
Dr. Costa was born in San Donà di Piave, Venice, Italy. Between 1977 and 1981, he earned degrees in biochemistry and biophysics from the University of Paris V. from 1978-1983. Dr. Costa worked tiringly as a researcher at Institut National de Recherche Agricole (INRA) in Versailles, France, specializing in mineral nutrition on soilless cultures. He is the first person to commercialize aeroponic technology. In 1982, Dr. Costa filed his first patent on an aeroponic method and apparatuses developed on his farm in Italy. In 1990, he developed a second-generation method, and he is the holder of the worldwide patent issued in 2001 on growing soilless culture, called air culture comprising a management system.
Cultivation, sale and distribution of exotic/specialty produce and fruits grown aeroponically to un-served high – end restaurant and resorts industry.
NewGardens is the first and the only commercial turnkey aeroponic company in the world. The technology benefits are significant and undeniable, and the applications immense.
Our aeroponic technology optimizes food yields, flavor and nutrition; extends shelf life; offers herbicide and pesticide residue-free, and pathogen-free produce, which are environmentally-friendly and sustainable, using fewer resources specially water.
Water waste problem is becoming a world emergency, which is now involving countries traditionally rich in this precious possession. Therefore, the science of aeroponics will be the primary method of supplying scientists in space stations with fresh food and large-scale farming in areas of weak or malnourished soil conditions