FARMM started as a dedicated agri-robotics project, developing an autonomous robot to assist in the MDRS Greenhab. Now it’s grown to a live discussion of all aspects of space agriculture and botany – from the broad requirements of integrated ecosystems, to the detailed design of 21st-century plant growing systems, to the sociological implications of humans coexisting with food crops in space. Unlike many such community projects, the FARMM team looks forward to massive-scale operations that will be needed to feed thousands of people living on space stations or planetary bases. Whether your interest is robotics and embedded systems, botany and plant science, or even culinary – the FARMM team is always discussing the next steps of plants beyond Earth.