The Cream of the crop

Our Commitment to Sustainable Farming

America’s Grow-a-Row owns and operates four farms in Hunterdon County totaling over 420 acres that are part of New Jersey’s Farmland Preservation Program. We are committed to being good stewards of the land and use sustainable farming practices that promote soil health, conserve water, and minimize chemical use on our farms.






Produce Varieties

We grow approximately 20 varieties of fruits and vegetables each season and are committed to keeping our farmland healthy and productive.
Pile of harvested corn ears with husks in a bin
Pile of ripe cantaloupes in the field ready for harvest
Ripe corn
Sustainable Farming’s

Key Components.

Prevent Soil Erosion

We cover our cropping fields to prevent soil erosion and retain moisture.

Crop Rotation

We rotate crops to preserve the nutrients and longevity of one of our greatest resources, soil.


We ensure that we are constantly utilizing all 250 tillable acres.


We use drip irrigation and plastic mulch to conserve as much water as we can.


We provide irrigation through additional pumps across more acreage to guard against drought.


We implement no-till practices to preserve soil moisture.


We utilize composting of leaves from local municipalities.

Integrated Pest Management

We employ Integrated Pest Management practices to minimize applications.
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Bee’ing all we can Bee.

In 2021, we implemented a bee pollination program utilizing 10 hives with a total of 100,000 bees to boost the production of our apple trees. In the first year, yields were up 115%. We now have 26 hives and at the peak of production we have 2.6M bees. This augments our sustainable farming practices as we are yielding more produce from the same acreage.

30 Hives

3 Million Bees


Discover More About Grow-A-Row

America’s Grow-A-Row is taking a revolutionary approach to solving hunger by treating the need along with the entire wellbeing of people suffering from hunger. We refuse to let poverty be a barrier to accessing healthy food, and have found unique, community-centered methods for people facing food insecurity to go from surviving to thriving.

Fresh Produce Distribution

It’s’ not enough to grow the food: half the battle is getting it there. We use an advanced distribution setup in order to distribute the freshest produce to 22 states.

Reducing Food Waste

30%-40% of the nation’s food supply goes to waste. Discover how we glean—the act of collecting produce that would otherwise be wasted—both on and off the farm.

& Inspiring

From childhood through adulthood, we are educating Americans from all walks of life about the importance of nutrition, the prevalence of hunger, and what they can do to make a difference.

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