Anthony Hatinger is a 2008 Horatio Alger National Scholar, and 2017 Global Leadership Summit attendee. Anthony has a B.A. in Religious Studies, a minor in Horticulture, and Sustainable Ag and Food Systems Specialization from Michigan State University, where he utilized his talents working with Central Detroit Christian CDC as their Garden Production and Aquaponics manager, helping to establish Detroit's first indoor fish farm. He serves as CEO/Co-Founder of Detroit Ento, a sustainable farm and innovation firm raising insects for a better world. Their initial product line includes cricket protein powder, cricket fertilizers, and other downstream byproducts. In the future, they aim to develop modular farming solutions that are decentralized and create greater economic value for smallholder producers; starting in Detroit and eventually expanding globally. Detroit Ento was the 2017 SBIO Detroit winner and has also presented at the 2018 SB Vancouver conference. Anthony is also is a herbalist, landscaper, and has previously served on the Voices for Earth Justice Board of Directors.
Anthony is Participating in these Events
- Exploring the Progress and Promise of Detroit's Social and Environmental Innovators - Breakout Session on Tuesday, 4 June, 2019 at 11:00:00