With the lazy days of late summer upon us, we finally have a chance to step back and breathe. 2015 has been a year for the record books around these parts, and in the midst of all the hype from Fenway Farms and our Community Investment Campaign, we’ve found it necessary to take some time to think about the big picture.
Over the next few weeks, we’ll be sitting down with the key members of our company’s leadership, who will offer their take on GCG, the urban agriculture movement, and what they find most important and rewarding about their job. We hope you appreciate the chance to get to know the people behind your plants, and to understand the passion that drives our company.
First up: an interview with Erik Sol, our Director of Operations!
From Assembly Row to Whole Foods Market in Lynnfield, we’ve got a good thing growing here at GCG. Last month we launched a Community Investment Campaign. Visit our website to learn more about how you can contribute to the urban agriculture movement.
On Wednesday, August 5th at 6:30, join GCG CEO & Founder Jessie Banhazl for a private tour of Fenway Farms and learn how your investment can help us install more rooftop farms and raised beds in Boston and beyond! For more information, and to RSVP, visit our website.
Hip hip horray! It is August, and August means tomato season is in here in full. The best part of growing your own is being able to choose what varieties you get to eat! GCG is growing 13 different kinds of tomatoes in our farms around the city, and we’ve written all about their unique tastes here!
GCG’s Office Manager Sarah Moylan has written an excellent professional advice piece on LinkedIn about how to go about finding a job in the competitive and exciting field of urban agriculture. Read all about Sarah’s thoughts here!
We are hiring! Did Sarah’s post pique your interest? Are you interested in working in the exciting and growing field of urban agriculture? GCG is currently hiring for a number of positions in several of our departments. Visit ourwebsite and apply today at firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that GCG Farmers teach at several free gardening programs? Open to the public are programs in Kendall Square, Assembly Row, and Dedham Parks and Recreation. Sign up today and take the first steps to growing your own backyard farm!