US (NJ): Nat Geo Wild visits Hackensack farm

Recently, NatGeo Wild visited REED Autism Services' Greens Do Good farm in Hackensack, NJ. This six-part documentary follows the journey of farming expert Indy Officinalis as she connects farmers with industry experts to help maximize their potential.

"This is a feel-good show about turning farm dreams into reality and showcasing the unique ways we grow our food, from kelp farms in Alaska to hydroponic tower farms in New Jersey," explains Indy. "By watching this show, you'll be inspired by the dedicated hands and hearts that nurture our produce."

Nearly half of 25-year-olds with autism have never held a paying job, and Greens Do Good is doing its part to help change that. Through the farm's Workforce Development Program, the farm provides more than 1,000 hours of training to teenagers and young adults with autism each year.

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