The Schenectady ARC is an organization that provides help and opportunities for individuals with disabilities. This project aims to automate the ARC’s’ greenhouse for better accessibility by building upon six previous generations of students’ work. As the ARC is a nonprofit for people with disabilities, power consumption must be minimized while accessibility is maximized. Thus, careful research has been completed in order to successfully design the most optimal communication system using Radio Frequency modules. Temperature and moisture data collected by sensors will be transmitted via these modules to determine when to heat and water the plants. Accomplishing this includes, but is not limited to, network protocol analysis, implementing cyclical sleep cycles for the modules and thorough testing of all components. A concentrated emphasis on ethics has also been placed on this project for the aforementioned reasons.