Green City Growers is a mission-driven company transforming underutilized spaces into biodiverse productive landscapes, providing our clients with immediate access to hyper-local food while inspiring self-sufficiency.
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.
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.
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.
From its inception, Green City Growers has made it a priority to be accountable to the environment, community, and our employees. Through our products and services, we strive to make positive change in the communities we serve. With these intentions in mind, we decided to go through the process of […]
Here are the top five challenges property managers face and we’re going to show you how you can solve them with a garden. Surprised? Read on to learn how. 5: Under-Utilization of Space: Space equals money in the real estate world and you want to use as much of it […]
November is here and along with it is the season of giving. Most notably is Thanksgiving, a holiday centered around food and family, in whatever form your family takes. In this season of giving, when we are all gathered together to eat a feast and give thanks, we urge you […]