your farm, anywhere.

Green City Growers converts unused commercial, municipal, educational and residential spaces into vibrant urban farms anywhere the sun shines. Get Started

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Installation

Consult, Design, Build & Install

Green City Growers finds creative solutions to maximize your available growing space, designing each farm to spec. With options ranging from raised beds to roof top systems, enhancements such as cold frames and pest fencing, we build from sustainable materials, and install each farm, large to small, with precision and care.

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Production

Urban Farming for High Yield & Variety

Green City Growers maintains production farms for restaurants and grocers to provide immediate access to healthy, organically-grown produce, proving that you can farm anywhere. We plant crops that thrive in the local climate and use techniques like succession planting to maximize yield from the available growing space.

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Education

Programs for Farmers of All Ages

Green City Growers pioneers farming education programs aimed at promoting environmental sustainability and healthy living for businesses, schools, municipalities, and individuals throughout New England. We provide in-house courses, workshops and pop up events, as well as programming for schools, corporate wellness initiatives and senior living facilities.


Spotlight On...

The Perks of Ecoscaping

Rather than attempt to create machines and chemicals that mimic tasks already performed by nature, we believe it makes more sense to utilize organisms that naturally carry out our desired functions. For this reason, we have proudly implemented Ecoscaping into our business model.

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10 Reasons to Grow Your Own Food

Growing your own food is a simple solution to numerous health, environmental, and economic problems. Whether you’re just growing a single tomato plant or have an entire backyard farm, here are our top ten reasons to grow your own food. 1. Save Money By growing your own food, you are saving […]

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Out With The New, In With The Old?

“Urban agriculture isn’t a market. It’s not a trend or an industry. Urban agriculture is a movement. It’s a movement about people. It’s about people wanting to create a more sustainable future for tomorrow.” – David Gingera Throughout his Ted Talk, David Gingera stresses the importance of urban agriculture. Gingera’s interest in urban […]

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