Ben MacDonald wants a vertical farm, says Six Nations Elected Council refusal to support him idea won’t stop him

By Victoria Gray Writer Ben MacDonald won’t back down on his vertical farming business despite resistance from Six Nations elected officials. “I am still working on this. I believe in food security. I didn’t expect to run into controversy with council over this initiative. It just means I need to reassess. Will it take a little longer, yes, but I have a lot of positive people around and behind me. At the end of the day, I hope council or at least a majority of council will see the positive impact I am putting forward,” he said. MacDonald, a Six Nations community member has fought with Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) to get a motion and letter of support, so he can apply for grant funding for a vertical vegetable…

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