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Karma Farm – Monkton, MD

Jon Shaw turned his passion into a business when he opened Karma Farm in 2009. Today, Karma Farm supplies local farm-to-table restaurants in the Baltimore area with fresh and local produce. When Jon's son, Nat, developed an interest in hydroponics, Jon saw bringing a Freight Farm onto his farm as an opportunity to diversify his crops and welcome his son into the family business. Watch our video profile to learn more about their operations.



Here at Freight Farms, we are proud to work with several talented and hardworking individuals who are running successful small businesses. Learn more about our Freight Farmers by selecting a profile.

Meet more of our farmers on the blog!



Campus Farmers

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Clark University & Sodexo – Worcester, MA

In January 2016, Clark University and Sodexo brought the a Freight Farm to campus to provide students the freshest greens possible. Since then, they have been growing hyper-local produce successfully only 100 yards from where it is served.



Freight Farms partners with many larger institutions such as schools, universities, and corporations, to bring local food production to their communities. Learn more about our Campus Farmers by selecting a profile. 



European Farmers

From Norway to Cyprus, these diverse Freight Farmers have two things in common: a passion for growing and an abundance of leafy greens for sale! 


Gro Oslo | Norway

Photo: Gro Oslo on Facebook

Photo: Gro Oslo on Facebook

HerbanLeaf Farm | Cyprus


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