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Why We are a Bcorp

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 […]

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Top 5 Property Management Problems (and how to solve them with a garden)

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 […]

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Giving is Always in Season

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 […]

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A Buzzing Garden

We need bees and they need us.  Urban bees are essential to the food system. Over 100 fruits and vegetable crops rely on pollinators. Without the help from our fuzzy friends, our diets would be limited. Unfortunately, over the past century, the bee population has been declining. The good news is, you […]

Make Your Backyard Look (and Taste) Sweeter

Fruit trees and bushes are one of the easiest things you can grow and maintain. They are also pretty delicious if you ask me! What more could you ask for? We can help you create the mini orchard of your dreams. Not only are fruit trees and bushes aesthetically pleasing, but […]

Garden Goals: Planning Your Garden for Success

Winter is finally coming to an end as snow melts and song birds start singing, which means spring (and your garden) are right around the corner! But even though it may be a bit premature to start planting, it’s certainly time to start planning out your garden. If you’re new […]

French Kitchen Garden in Your Own Backyard

Though the French are perhaps best known for their butter-laden pastries and rich, creamy meals, the French garden is nearly as iconic. Now, drawing inspiration from the potager, or French kitchen garden, our Landscape Specialist Marie Macchiarolo is creating beautiful ecoscapes. So what, exactly, does this traditional garden do? The French […]

Improve Your Community One Plant at a Time

Day by day, seed by seed, you can positively impact the community that you know and love. All it takes is some basic gardening. Benefits of a Community Garden A community garden can be defined as a single piece of land gardened collectively by a group of people. Community gardens play an important […]

And That’s a Wrap!

By making the growing process highly visible in urban spaces, urban farming does a lot to educate those who otherwise may not have the opportunity to learn about it. Across more than 150 gardens, our farmers grew over 30,000 pounds of fresh produce during the 2016 growing season. What We Care About According […]

Thinking Outside the Box

For eight years, Green City Growers has helped individuals from all walks of life create their very own urban backyard oases, where the aroma of fresh mint fills the air, the sun shines bright, songbirds sing, and delicious produce is ripe for the picking. Now, as the urban agriculture revolution is adopted by the mainstream, we […]

What’s the Next Kale? Turns Out It Doesn’t Matter Much.

Sick of blog posts proclaiming that                 is the next kale? We are too, and apparently, so is the National Restaurant Association (NRA). Last week, the NRA released its Whats Hot in 2017 Culinary Forecast. This annual report surveyed almost 1,300 members of […]

Out with lime jello, in with garden-fresh produce

Hospital food. Most of us have been unlucky enough to experience the bland, unappetizing stuff. But health professionals are starting to promote healthy eating habits in new and exciting ways. From full scale production farms to prescriptions for healthy eating, here are some of the innovative ways that hospitals and […]