Vertical Harvest is a hydroponic greenhouse in Jackson Hole, Wyoming that helps meet a year-round demand for local produce in a mountainous area with only a four-month outdoor growing season. Healthy food is not the company’s only product, though. Through a partnership with the state’s Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and service provider CULTIVATE, it also develops employment opportunities for Wyomingites with disabilities. A new documentary, “Hearts of Glass,” chronicles the first 15 months of the company’s operation, including its innovative employment model. Learn more about Vertical Harvest.