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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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Michelle Obama’s Kitchen Garden Is Just the Beginning

October 6, 2016: Yesterday, First Lady Michelle Obama moved to make her efforts in combatting child obesity a lasting part of her legacy. At a celebration of the accomplishments of her signature Let’s Move! campaign, Mrs. Obama dedicated the White House Kitchen garden in the hopes of creating a tangible and […]

Heirloom Beans Tell Ancient Stories

October brings shorter, cooler days, brisk nights, and the end of the summer harvest season. But as we say goodbye to tomatoes and cucumbers, fall harvest crops like corn, beans, and squash are ready to say hello! Heirloom beans are a nutritious and versatile crop, but are rarely grown in New […]

Laying the Ground for an Urban Farm Bill

When the Farm Bill is renewed in 2018, urban agriculture may be making its (arguably overdue) arrival, if Senator Debbie Stabenow, D-Michigan has her way. Stabenow announced “the most comprehensive urban agriculture bill” this week, titled The Urban Agriculture Act of 2016. While Stabenow admits that the bill has no […]

How Public Health Has Reached the Office

Is the era of fluorescent bulb-filled, cubicle-lined offices coming to an end? As programs like Fitwel research best practices for healthy living in the workplace, and as developers like National Development put theory into practice, it certainly seems so. Public interest in health and wellness isn’t going anywhere, and companies are taking […]

Old Becomes New: Uncovering the Stories of Urban Farming

As city dwellers increasingly call for green space, the modern urban landscape is designed with an almost nostalgic turn backwards. In the world of high tech modernity, more and more individuals yearn for a city that thinks of progress not as steel and concrete, but instead as trees, bushes, and […]

Tomatoes With A Side of…Chocolate?

This growing season, we’ve teamed up with Desiree Curie, a local food blogger and recipe developer. Each month, Desiree will take us into her kitchen to whip up something seasonal delicious, and we’ll talk about the horticulture that went into it on our blog! She’s also responsible for the beautiful photos […]

Orange You Glad I Didn’t Say Carrot?

This growing season, we’ve teamed up with Desiree Curie, a local food blogger and recipe developer. Each month, Desiree will take us into her kitchen to whip up something seasonal delicious, and we’ll talk about the horticulture that went into it on our blog! She’s also responsible for the beautiful photos […]

The Future of Workplace Wellness

In the Summer 2016 edition of the NAIOP‘s Development Magazine, Andrew Gallinaro, senior vice president and director of asset management of National Development discusses how real estate professionals, property managers, and landlords are changing offerings to better reflect the desires and demands of tenants. With a shift away from campuses that are car-centric […]

Flower Power (In Your Vegetable Garden)

This growing season, we’ve teamed up with Desiree Curie, a local food blogger and recipe developer. Each month, Desiree will take us into her kitchen to whip up something seasonal delicious, and we’ll talk about the horticulture that went into it on our blog! She’s also responsible for the beautiful photos […]