Local Indoor Gardening Business Partners With International Company

October 21, 2023 at 1:00 a.m.


Keep It Watered owner Steve Koontz, keepitwatered.com, announced they have partnered with Harvest Today LLC, harvest.today, a Colorado-based manufacturer, who has patented the Harvest Wall product line.
Starting in 2021, Rick Langille, CEO and founder of Harvest Today, developed the unique design that makes up the Harvest Wall. The company is now on four continents with distribution actively working with local farmers to impact food security for all. The Harvest Wall is a scalable, indoor growing system that brings an increase in food production to adapt to the growing population globally. “Because of Steve’s experience with soil-less gardening systems in schools, we’re pleased to partner with him,” said Langille.
Koontz founded Keep It Watered, based in Winona Lake, in 2016 with a focus on bringing indoor gardening to school classrooms utilizing a soil-less growing system called a tower garden. The tower garden by Juice Plus can grow up to 44 plants in just under four square feet of floor space.
“We are excited to partner with Harvest Today,” said Koontz. “The scalability and unique design of the Harvest Wall makes it an exceptional addition to what I offer schools, as well as businesses and individuals.”
In the spring of 2023, Keep It Watered expanded to offer indoor plant consulting for individuals and businesses wanting to grow plants in their space.
To find out more visit keepitwatered.com or email [email protected].


Keep It Watered owner Steve Koontz, keepitwatered.com, announced they have partnered with Harvest Today LLC, harvest.today, a Colorado-based manufacturer, who has patented the Harvest Wall product line.
Starting in 2021, Rick Langille, CEO and founder of Harvest Today, developed the unique design that makes up the Harvest Wall. The company is now on four continents with distribution actively working with local farmers to impact food security for all. The Harvest Wall is a scalable, indoor growing system that brings an increase in food production to adapt to the growing population globally. “Because of Steve’s experience with soil-less gardening systems in schools, we’re pleased to partner with him,” said Langille.
Koontz founded Keep It Watered, based in Winona Lake, in 2016 with a focus on bringing indoor gardening to school classrooms utilizing a soil-less growing system called a tower garden. The tower garden by Juice Plus can grow up to 44 plants in just under four square feet of floor space.
“We are excited to partner with Harvest Today,” said Koontz. “The scalability and unique design of the Harvest Wall makes it an exceptional addition to what I offer schools, as well as businesses and individuals.”
In the spring of 2023, Keep It Watered expanded to offer indoor plant consulting for individuals and businesses wanting to grow plants in their space.
To find out more visit keepitwatered.com or email [email protected].


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