40 Under 40, Class of 2018

Justin Gray


Pineland Farms Produce Division

Job Title

Farm Manager


Gray's career in agriculture started at UMaine, Orono where he earned a bachelor's degree in horticulture with a focus in science along with minors in botany and plant science. Over the past four years at Pineland Farms, Gray has applied his skills as a certified professional agronomist along with his passion for effective cultivation to every aspect of farm production and distribution. Gray manages the 320-acre farm’s wholesale and pick-your-own operations growing and distributing sweet corn, green beans and strawberries (as well as other small fruits and vegetables).

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