Expanding Our Impact Through Partnerships

Expanding Our Impact Through Partnerships

An anticipated one million teens with autism will age out of their school entitlement programs in the next decade. They’ll be entering a job market where the unemployment rate for adults with autism is a staggering 85%. This type of job landscape is what makes a grant from Someone Else’s Child (SEC), to support the Greens Do Good Workforce Development Program, so critical.

Register today for Friends & Family at the Farm

Register today for Friends & Family at the Farm

You’re invited to join us for an afternoon of celebration at Greens Do Good. We would like to welcome all of those who are interested in learning about our hydroponic farm and workforce development program for teens and adults with autism. Wednesday, June 1,...
Book a Tour

Book a Tour

We are excited to announce that we will be offering tours of the Greens Do Good farm! Schedule a one-hour tour of our hydroponic vertical farm located in the heart of Hackensack, NJ. During this interactive session, we will explore: The science of how plants thrive in...
The Nadison Nursery Is Now Official

The Nadison Nursery Is Now Official

Greens Do Good has named its onsite nursery the Nadison Nursery in honor of Jill Nadison, former executive director, and CEO, for her years of service with the organization. All Greens Do Good produce starts as seedlings in our nursery, where they are nurtured until...
STEPSS program partners with local hydroponic farm

STEPSS program partners with local hydroponic farm

This article was originally posted in the Ridgewood News. The School Transition and Employment Program for Student Success (STEPSS), a new 18- to 21-yearold transition program offered by Ridgewood Public Schools, has partnered with Greens Do Good, a local hydroponic...
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