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About Fresh Impact Farms

Who We Are

Fresh Impact Farms is the result of combining technology and innovation with the need for more flavorful, healthy, chemical-free, and sustainable produce within a hyper-local supply chain. 

Using hydroponic technology, we grow herbs, greens, and edible flowers cultivated for flavor, freshness, nutrition, and sustainability. We are dedicated to providing chefs and mixologists with the best tasting, and most beautiful, locally grown products. 

Today's industrial food system is plagued by seasonal growing constraints, lack of transparency, and products that are grown for maximum yield and the ability to travel thousands of miles, instead of maximum flavor. At Fresh Impact Farms, we are consumers and lovers of food just like you. We like to know where our food comes from and how it was produced. We also believe that good food should have great flavor!

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Meet the Team

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Ryan Pierce

Founder & CEO

Founder and CEO of Fresh Impact Farms, LLC. He grew up in Delaware and received a B.S. in Management from University of Delaware. Ryan has worked in a range of industries from banking, to cloud computing, and now farming. He saw an industry increasingly in need of new perspectives and decided to take a leap into the unknown. Whether through farming or advocacy, he intends to be one of the many voices pushing for systemic change within our food system to make it more equitable, sustainable and healthy.


Ryan Saunders
Sales and Marketing Manager

After studying history and business at James Madison University, Ryan worked as a server and manager at restaurants in Maryland, Colorado, Hawaii, Washington D.C. During the course of his career,  Ryan has developed a deep and passionate connection to the local food and restaurant industry.  In 2015, Ryan established a 52-acre farm that grew a variety of heirloom fruits and vegetables, truffle orchard, and apple trees. Since then, Ryan has worked to assist restaurants in growing their businesses and connect to local sources of produce.  


Anna Timberlake
Marketing and Production Assistant

New to the industry with a background in Science and Hospitality, Anna is a South Carolina transplant who graduated from Newberry College with Bachelor's of Science in Chemistry. She is currently pursuing a Master's of Professional Science in Urban Agriculture at the University of the District of Columbia. Anna is an advocate for tasty and nutritious food as well as a frequent restaurant go-er!


Katherine Myers
Assistant Grower

Katie graduated from Penn State with a Bachelor's degree in Plant Science as well as minors in Entomology, Mushroom Science and Technology, and Biology. She has always been passionate about making healthy and fresh foods more freely available, and is thrilled to be working in food production. Her previous work includes multiple summers at Lowe's where she honed in her skills for maintaining plants on a large scale. Katie looks forward to refining her skills and knowledge in a practical setting in an industry she has always been excited about. 


Cody Godfrey
Assistant Grower

After recently graduating from the University of Vermont with a Bachelor's of Science in Environmental Studies Cody spent 5 months hiking the entire Appalachian trial, ending in early August. He is a from Northern Virginia and is actually a former intern turned employee! Outside of hiking, he is passionate about cooking and quality foods. He believes in the sustainability of hydroponics and is excited to be a part of the production team. 


Wyatt Boone
Assistant Grower

Wyatt is a New York transplant who recently graduated from Cornell University with a Master's of Professional Studies in Controlled Environment Agriculture. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Maryland and has previously worked in hydroponic education. Wyatt is passionate about the intersections of sustainability and agricultural science. He is extremely excited to be working at Fresh Impact Farm and looks forward to growing high quality food for the DMV area!

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