That’s why we partner with the best and the brightest to advance our industry. These businesses, research institutions, and associations are collectively committed to finding ways to grow healthier foods more sustainably, research and grow alternative medicines that help those with cancer, PTSD and epilepsy, and develop innovative grow environments so cultivators can grow year-round. Fluence values the community in which we harvest because it takes a rooted community to help everyone flourish.
The WIL Forum is a network of invited women contributors from the horticulture and close ancillary industries, which are focused on leading the industry forward through innovation, community, and cross-pollination. WIL gives women in the industry the opportunity to engage and discuss the latest innovations in the industry and make lasting connections.
To bring together leading women from around the globe to discuss research and innovation within the horticulture industry and network to make connections and share best practices in the industry. We will promote a genuine, mutual respect of all women who are advancing our industry toward a more open, collaborative, environment.
We will seek out true research; we will highlight achievements in environmentalism and sustainability; and we will aim to significantly contribute to scientific advancements through our fierce dedication to each other and to our craft.
Engage in direct “cross-pollination” with leading woman’s minds across the horticulture industry worldwide
Shepherd learned best practices on industry and innovation back into your organizations.
Contribute to the next generation of woman leaders and make connections for life.
Fluence Donates to Local Non-profits During the Holiday Season
During the holidays in 2020, Fluence assembled a team, whose mission is to combine philanthropy and volunteering opportunities with company values to promote and improve the culture at Fluence while supporting the local Austin community.
Over those holidays, the Fluence Culture Committee partnered with local Central Texas organizations such as Any Baby Can, the Sustainable Food Center, the Central Texas Food Bank, and Caritas of Austin to support their respective missions to:
Unlock the full potential of every child
Ensure the region is one of the most sustainable, equitable food systems in the nation
Fill unmet food needs
Prevent and end homelessness
The Fluence operations team is proud to support the largest hunger-relief charity in Central Texas, the Central Texas Food Bank to bring fresh food to those who need it most.
Fluence project manager, Ginger Brown and product manager, Matt Labonville delivering a donation to Austin’s Sustainable Food Center to support local farms and access to healthy food.
Fluence engineer, Antenh Abdu, is all smiles at Caritas of Austin, a nonprofit whose mission is to prevent and end homelessness for people in Greater Austin.”
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