webinar | Clark university
In January 2016, Clark University and Sodexo brought the LGM to campus to provide students the freshest greens possible. Since then, they have been growing hyper-local produce successfully just feet from where it's served.
On August 10th, 2017 we interviewed key project stakeholders including Heather Vaillette, the District Manager with Sodexo, Michael Newmark, General Manager of Clark Dining Services, and Nick Pagan, a graduate student and the primary operator of the Leafy Green Machine on campus.
This webinar covers:
Introduction to Freight Farms & our food service offerings
Benefit of having the LGM on a school's campus
Clark University & Sodexo's motivation and goals for bringing the LGM to campus
Site preparation, delivery, logistics, and training for a university
How Clark University successfully integrated the program into Sodexo's Dining Services
How they've been engaging and educating students with this initiative
Day-to-day operations of the LGM by Clark's student freight farmer
Don’t have time for the hour-long webinar? Not to worry! We summarized the entire conversation on the Freight Farms Blog.
Learn more about Clark University on our dedicated Case Study page, featuring helpful information about site selection, program management, and more.
Trends on campus show that today’s students are invested in fresh and healthy food, sustainable dining hall initiatives, and diverse options.