INner city farmer



​Midtown Manhattan has an incredibly diverse community of residents.  Many residents sleep on the sidewalks, and many more struggle to maintain a healthy diet in the face of rising rent and competitive pricing of organic foods.  This farm charges restaurants and retail consumers for produce and canned goods, and we use the proceeds to continue to donate fresh produce to homeless shelters and food pantries within hours of harvest.  Our mission requires us to donate at least 50% of our premium quality fresh produce to those who cannot pay for it.

​     All of our food is grown on the roof of 205 W39th Street in the pithy core of the Big Apple.  We will expand onto nearby roof space in the Spring of 2017.  The farm's location enables us to sell and donate food that can be eaten before the food itself realizes that it is detached from its mother plant.


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