May 24, 2017
Lēf Farms hires production manager

Lēf Farms has hired Kyle Scamman as the company’s production manager.

Scamman brings with him 17 years of farming and growing experience under his belt. Growing up on his family’s New Hampshire farm, he learned the value of hard work and the importance of maintaining a well-tuned operation. His studies at UCCS Colorado Springs taught him how to manage the many sides of a business, from resources to processes.

As lēf’s production manager, Scamman will be responsible for running the growing and harvesting system, while working through updates and process improvements. Scamman will also be accountable for coordinating production schedules and implementing the company’s food safety plan, with a focus on maintaining an efficient use of resources and producing a clean and safe product.

Prior to becoming lēf’s production manager, Scamman served in the company’s maintenance department. As part of the lēf team from day one of construction, Scamman’s unique understanding of the facility – from heating line installation to the design of the watering and fog system – helps him effectively manage production in this state-of-the-art greenhouse, according to the company.

lēf Farms Corp is a 75,000-sq. ft. greenhouse growing facility, expected to produce more than 1.3 million pounds annually of baby greens for New England. For more information, visit

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