Freight Farm


Our freight farm is a commercial grade, hydroponic farm with environmental controls and indoor growing technology. Our freight farm can generate the same amount of produce as a two-acre farm annually, producing 600 heads of lettuce each week.

  • 100% Herbicide and Pesticide free

  • Grown year-round and available fresh

  • Locally grown (1700 7th Ave, Troy)

  • Uses 90% less water than traditional farming methods

  • Creates zero water run-off and doesn't contaminate local water sources

  • All proceeds supports programming at the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Capital Area

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November 2019

The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Capital Area (BGCCA), CDPHP, SEFCU, and Brown’s Brewing Company introduce Freight Farm, an innovative new way to fight food insecurity, teach children, and generate revenue through high-tech hydroponic farming.

Freight Farm uses no pesticides and 90 percent less water than traditional farming methods. Along with teaching children about science, technology, agriculture, and commerce, the Freight Farm is a sustainable revenue source for the BGCCA. The Freight Farm was donated by SEFCU and the teen program is supported by a grant from CDPHP.


How SEFCU and Boys & Girls Club teamed up


Food Program

BGCCA's Kitchen serves thousands of meals daily to feed area youth and runs year-round for CACFP, the summer, and the school year. 

The BGCCA kitchen more than doubled its output within 48-hours to meet the community needs due to the start of the COVI-19 pandemic. 

Free Food Fridge

On the corner of Delaware Ave & Dana Ave in Albany.

Free perishable food and produce available daily and 100% free.


The BGCCA Free Food Fridge is the seventh installation in the Capital Area.