American Hydroponics (AmHydro to our friends) is a small, U.S. operation that is making a growing global impact. We are located in Humboldt County in northern California, but our hydroponic systems are currently saving over 250,000 gallons of water a day worldwide.
We Have One Goal
To provide clean, local, growing solutions.
AmHydro has been designing and building innovative, hydroponic systems for over 30 years. We manufacture and help install food-grade growing systems for small and large operations. Our systems are operating in over 60 countries and in many of the United States. They range in size from 5-plus feet (for hobbyists and educators) to multiple acres for commercial suppliers of Whole Foods and Costco.
We also developed our own nutrient and additive formulations. Nutrients are sold in powder form to save growers on shipping costs. Our experts have developed solutions for a range of growing pains based on over 100 years of combined experience.
We are driven by the dream of seeing fresh, clean, and local food being grown and consumed in communities everywhere. That dream is becoming a reality as inspired growers like you become empowered by the efficient and productive technologies that we have developed.
Our staff and network of growers work as a team to support each other. When we aren’t developing efficiency improvements to our systems, we love to talk hydro with the goal of improving yours. Give us a call and join our team. We’d love to hear from you!
The AmHydro Team
When Jenny isn’t in our greenhouse, she can be found talking to customers or immersed in a spreadsheet. Jenny loves seeing ‘fields of green’ in our growers’ greenhouses (and bank accounts), and brainstorming hydroponic system designs with entrepreneurs and large tech companies.
Joe is a master hydroponic farmer with over 30 years of experience tending his soil-less crops through cold winters and sweltering summers. Joe has consulted to growers and investors across the globe for many years before officially joining the AmHydro management team in 2015.
While Paul is new to hydroponics he brings strong organizational skills and managerial expertise to our team. He developed those skills as a US Army officer and in the non-profit world.
Rudy has roots in dirt farming. He has grown flowers and vegetables in the soil of his farm for many years. Fortunately, Rudy cleaned-up and joined AmHydro. He now uses our NFT and vine crop systems for the benefit of our local community and shares his growing knowledge with our customers.
Lorelei has been with AmHydro since 2014 because of her passion for high-quality, local food production. She works with our wholesale and school accounts while providing support to the rest of the commercial sales team. Lorelei is science-minded and loves advising our wide array of customers.
Shaun uses his CAD certification to bring our system designs to life in CAD so our future growers can get an accurate view of what their system will look like. As a hydroponic grower himself, Shaun has been sharing his knowledge and experience with AmHydro customers and vendors since 2014.
Eric grew up with hydroponics. In 1996, Eric constructed and then managed the first NFT hydroponic lettuce farm of its kind in the U.S. Eric is a master designer of hydroponic systems. He enjoys designing custom systems for operations of all sizes.
Michael is a pioneer in the U.S. hydroponic industry and a co-founder of AmHydro. Michael is passionate about sharing his knowledge and promoting hydroponic solutions worldwide. In 2004, Michael was awarded the Green Entrepreneur of the year award by the governor of California.
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