Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) is a very common approach to cannabis cultivation, especially in geographic regions that prevent farmers from growing outdoors due to climate or regulatory issues. However, most farmers employing CEA are still stuck in the traditional single-tier or “flat” mindset. More recently, the concept of vertical farming has made its way from broader agriculture to cannabis as farmers seek to increase yields and maximize efficiencies of space, time, and energy. This trend is sure to take off, along with the new LED technologies being developed, as farmers think more 3-dimensionally about their grow spaces and building sustainable infrastructures to accommodate this shift in mindset. This presentation will seek to inform attendees about this trend in CEA cultivation and how they might be able to take advantage of such efficiencies in their own grow rooms.