Love the idea of getting a Leafy Green Machine™ for your campus or community, but unsure if you have the capacity to operate it yourself? We've got great news! Freight Farms is launching a brand new program called Farming as a Service, where we install and operate the farm on your location for you.
It's simple. We'll work with you to design a farming subscription that seamlessly integrates into your current food operations...or help you launch an impactful, new initiative. Once we determine your goals, we'll get growing! After installation, we'll be harvesting the first crop in about 6-8 weeks.
You're monthly subscription gives you access to 400 lbs of produce a month! View the crop list here.
Choose from over 180 plant varieties, or partner with us to experiment with new produce options.
We'll work with you to find the perfect harvesting schedule to meet your needs.
We manage all operations inside the farm: seeding, harvesting, cleaning, and maintenance. Thanks to the LGM’s climate control technology, we can farm year-round in all climates.
We install a farm at the location of your choice. At 320 sq. ft., this high production unit can fit in anywhere, and its modular design makes it easy to move!
We facilitate tours and workshops for students, employees, community members or visitors. The Leafy Green Machine is a great way to educate the community on the journey their food takes from farm to table.
We package and deliver weekly harvests according to your needs and specifications. There are a variety of different distribution options to choose from CSA memberships and cafeteria supply, to on-site farmers markets and retail shops.
The LGM shortens the food supply chain, eliminates the need for herbicides / pesticides, and uses 10% of the water of soil farming.
Health and Wellness
Engage and inspire people to value transparency, seek out information about their foods’ origins, and make healthy choices every day.
Bring innovative food production to your campus or community while creating a platform for education and engagement.
The LGM can be a great way build community identity, involvement, and health by forging lasting interpersonal connections and a sense of purpose.
Integrate sustainable food production into current operations to make high-quality, local food a staple of your school's culture.
Champion a new initiative for the health and wellness of employees by providing them produce grown on-site.
Engage resident’s interest and creativity while providing them with meaningful and unique amenities, like growing on-site.
Offer residents a service that they can't get anywhere else, like an on-site farmers market or CSA program.