We operate hydroponic farms year-round to fulfill your fresh produce needs!
Promotes health and wellness by providing hands-on, skill building learning experiences.
To provide equitable access to innovative technology and fresh, locally grown food.
Our Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) system enables year-round production of greens grown within the community they are consumed.
Our weather independent growing technology uses 90% less water and packs an acre worth of farm inside a 40 foot shipping container.
Our model focuses on transforming underutilized spaces, allowing your community to measure in footsteps rather than food miles.
"In both his work leading Clark University’s "urban agriculture" initiative and in collaborating with our own hydroponic gardening efforts at Seven Hills Foundation, Jack demonstrated an uncanny commitment to social innovation within the sustainable food sector. Jack’s “ Town to Table” social business is poised to assume a leading role in the field of sustainable community development through local collaboration, partnership and solutions."
Dr. David A. Jordan, President, Seven Hills Foundation; Global social entrepreneur; and Social Entrepreneur-In-Residence at Clark University.
"Jack's experience, know-how and commitment for his work serves as the foundation for innovative solutions in the local food landscape. Town to Table is at the forefront of local food models designed to keep our communities healthy and connected."
Ashley Stanley, Founder / Executive Director Lovin' Spoonfuls
"Jack was a key contributor and driver to our overall success and awareness with our sustainability platform in dining. His leadership in our Freight Farm provided the Clark University community with delicious greens on an ongoing basis and effectively communicated our program to engage more students, staff and Worcester community members."
Michael Newmark, Clark University Director of Dining Services