Looking for something healthy to eat?
GreenSpace is an indoor farm and salad shop located in downtown Huntingdon, PA. We grow hydroponic lettuce and bulk certified organic microgreens, available fresh daily. We also sell salads-to-go, made from our lettuce and microgreens. Yes, our salads are grown literally 10 feet from where they are served. Can’t get any more local than that! Order online or pick up in store between 10:30 am – 5 pm Monday through Friday!
Are you a restaurant looking to place a bulk order? Contact us here.
We are open from 10:30 am – 5:00 pm Monday – Friday.
Call (814) 506-8414 to pay by phone for contactless pick-up.
You can also come visit us at the farmers’ market on Tuesday or Saturday and grab a salad there!
Delivery and take-out orders can also be placed online via DoorDash. Click “Order Online Now” below!
Our farm is a storefront! Come by and see us.
We also have our fresh salads, lettuce, and bulk microgreens at local farmers’ markets in the Central Pennsylvania region.
Who We Are
GreenSpace is an indoor farm located in historic downtown Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. We grow hydroponic lettuce and certified organic microgreens right here in our storefront! But did you know we are also a non-profit organization? Our family-operated shop uses all proceeds to enable research and education in sustainable development, Earth system science, and space exploration. Our mission is to cultivate healthy communities and increase awareness of our planet’s resources. GreenSpace also provides a wide range of growing products to meet the needs of home gardeners, including organic soil blends, nutrient-rich organic worm castings, specialty organic seeds, and microgreen grow kits.
Certified Organic Microgreens
All of our microgreens are certified organic by PCO. We pledge the following to our valued customers.
Our Sustainability Pledge
It is also our style to go above and beyond your expectations. We also pledge to evaluate all of our materials and procedures to make sure they are sustainable in addition to being organic. These means taking into account the social, economic, and environmental costs of our operation in order to limit the size of our company’s footprint on planet Earth. We want to be able to continue producing healthy food for you and your family for as long as possible!
Thanks for stopping by!
Dan, Reba, Julie, Jacob, and Gina