Rooted In Social Responsibility

Greens Do Good is the first social enterprise vertical farm in New Jersey where all profits support individuals with autism.

Autism lasts a lifetime but support doesn’t

Adults with autism are in crisis; over the next decade, more than 500,000 individuals with autism will age out of their school entitlement programs, leaving them with little to no guidance or resources at a pivotal time in their lives. By donating 100% of our proceeds to REED Next, a nonprofit supporting adults with autism ages 21 and older, we will help provide continued education, life experience, and work opportunities so that these individuals can achieve greater independence and participate meaningfully in their communities.

3 Million

Americans are
living with autism.

1 in every 68

Americans are
affected by autism.

10-17% increase

in autism cases
in recent years.

Meet Our Vertical Farmers

Chris Leishear

General Manager

Chris is responsible for farm construction, overall operations and sales. An experienced project manager and operations leader with a passion for energy, environmental policy and gardening. With a BA in in Environmental Science from University of Virginia, an MBA from Arizona State University in International Business and Marketing, and an MS from NYU in Global Affairs concentrating in Energy & Environmental Policy, Chris is driving the next wave of the food revolution, while spreading the mission of the REED Next.

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Jessalin Jaume

Farm Manager

Jessalin manages daily farm operations including crop growth, seed selection, and systems maintenance. She developed the curriculum and leads our internship program through a partnership with Ramapo College. Using insights gained in her previous role as a lead instructor at REED Academy (a non-profit school for individuals with autism), Jessalin offers vital insights into working with adults with autism.

CONTACT JESSALIN >>

Meet Our Vertical Farmers

Chris Leishear

General Manager

Chris is responsible for farm construction, overall operations and sales. An experienced project manager and operations leader with a passion for energy, environmental policy and gardening. With a BA in in Environmental Science from University of Virginia, an MBA from Arizona State University in International Business and Marketing, and an MS from NYU in Global Affairs concentrating in Energy & Environmental Policy, Chris is driving the next wave of the food revolution, while spreading the mission of the REED Next.

CONTACT CHRIS >>

Jessalin Jaume

Farm Manager

Jessalin manages daily farm operations including crop growth, seed selection, and systems maintenance. She developed the curriculum and leads our internship program through a partnership with Ramapo College. Using insights gained in her previous role as a lead instructor at REED Academy (a non-profit school for individuals with autism), Jessalin offers vital insights into working with adults with autism.

CONTACT JESSALIN >>