Farm to Work

Farm to Work is an employee wellness and Farm Direct marketing project that connects local farmers with employees at partner worksites. Farmers deliver local fruits and vegetables directly to the workplace.

Farm to Work offers employees increased access to fresh fruits and vegetables, and addresses some key barriers many employees face when trying to add more fruits and vegetables to their diets. Employees can order and pay for a basket of fresh produce, delivered by the farmer directly to the worksite. This project was developed by Sustainable Food Center in partnership with the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS).

Companies, agencies or organizations that are interested in participating in the Farm to Work Program can submit an application by visiting farmtowork.org and clicking the “Ask for More Info” button.

**Bag price, size, etc. have changed since the filming of this video. Please consult farmtowork.org for current information.

SFC works with a variety of businesses and agencies to connect their employees with local farmers. If you are an employee who is interested in participating in Farm to Work, please review our list of partners below. If your employer already participates in the program, please reach out to your worksite’s Wellness or Benefits coordinator for more information. Site activity will vary by season.

Worksites currently participating in Farm to Work*:






City of Austin (multiple locations)

Department of Aging and Disability Services

Department of Family and Protective Services

Department of State Health Services (multiple locations)

Office of the Inspector General


St. Edwards University

Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts

Texas Department of Agriculture

Texas Department of Transportation

Texas Education Agency

Texas General Land Office

Texas Historic Commission

Texas Juvenile Justice Department

Texas Legislative Council

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Texas State Board of Pharmacy

Texas Water Development Board

Texas Workforce Commission

The University of Texas at Austin (multiple locations)

Tokyo Electron

UT School of Public Health


Baptist Health System

Tesoro Corporation

Resolute Medical Center


UT School of Public Health

UT Medical School

UT School of Dentistry

*List is current as of November 2016


Sarah Prager, Farm Direct Projects Coordinator