Brady Sinclair joins Springworks Farm as Head Grower

Brady Sinclair has joined Springworks Farm as Head Grower. With 13 years of industry experience, Brady will be instrumental as Springworks continues to expand with the build of its fourth and largest greenhouse this summer, increasing production by over 300%. 

Brady started his career at Backyard Farms, where he was responsible for 42 acres of tomato production with over 50 varieties, before expanding his role to Operations Manager for Village Farms. Brady’s record of team building, operational excellence, and record of growing high-quality and flavorful produce made him a clear fit for Springworks. 

“We are thrilled to welcome Brady to the leadership team, particularly at such a pivotal time,” said Springworks Founder and CEO Trevor Kenkel. “Brady’s experience will help guide our growth as we build out our greenhouse teams and increase local organic production.”

Brady is equally excited to join Springworks, “Being organic and a greenhouse is very special, and when you throw aquaponics on top of it, it makes what Springworks does amazing. Every greenhouse says they do what they can to use fewer chemicals, but most don’t live it. Springworks is organic, so it does what it says. For someone who has been in the industry at a large scale, the most important thing to me is to be part of something so authentic.”

With nearly a decade of operational history and growth, Springworks is at the forefront of organic commercial lettuce production in the Northeast. Springworks’ proprietary growing technology uses aquaponics, a combination of fish and plants in a recirculating ecosystem that produces 365 days a year in Maine. Springworks’ organic, local, and delicious greens can be found in over 300 stores, including retailers such as Hannaford and Whole Foods.

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