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Farm to School...to Career?

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Farm to School...to Career?

Saint Joseph’s College is using its campus hydroponic container farm as a platform for student employment and engagement, inspiring students to pursue sustainable lifestyles during and after college.

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5 Impactful Ways to Farm on Campus

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5 Impactful Ways to Farm on Campus

Whether looking to supply sustainable food, jumpstart modern agriculture curriculums, encourage student engagement, or simply grow the best greens around, universities around the country are relying on hydroponic container farms to create impactful farm to campus programs.

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Where's the best salad? At the office, duh!

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Where's the best salad? At the office, duh!

Surprised? We can understand why, the office isn’t the usual place to get great greens. Our new farming service flips this assumption on it’s head. Learn why Grown by Freight Farms will quickly become your new favorite work perk!

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Freight Farmer Q&A: Clark University

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Freight Farmer Q&A: Clark University

In January 2016, Clark University and Sodexo brought the LGM to campus to provide students the freshest greens possible. Since then, their student operator has successfully been growing hyper-local produce just feet from where it's served in Clark's dining hall. 

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Students Grow Outside the Classroom

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Students Grow Outside the Classroom

Locally, we’re seeing the benefits of these new approaches to learning. Two Massachusetts schools are leading the charge: one school operates their own Leafy Green Machine, and another is enabling students to envision, create, and test their vision for creating a more sustainable food system.

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