Seeing Green: The Value of Urban Agriculture is fortunate to be working with:

Brooklyn Grange
, a 40,000 square foot commercial rooftop farm, which provides organic produce to people and businesses in NYC. Their goal is to; improve access to very good food, connect city people more closely to farms and food production, to make urban farming a viable enterprise and livelihood by training and employing more farmers

Added Value
, a non-profit organization dedicated to the sustainable development of Red Hook, Brooklyn. Since 2001, Added Value has provided long-term training to more than 150 neighborhood teenagers between the ages of 14 and 19, provided hundreds of local elementary school students with educational programs and worked thousands of volunteers to build a more just and sustainable future for all.
NYC Parks Department’s, Five Borough Administrative Building experimental green roof station, is the fifth-largest green roof in New York City. Five Borough’s roof is the only known green roof in the country that features such a vast array of distinct systems side-by-side. The Five Borough green roof serves as a working laboratory for green roof design and construction, where the performance of many different systems can be monitored and compared.We value their support.

Additionally we are in the process of consulting on several private developments to monitor stormwater performativity.

If your business, school or organization is interested in working with us, please send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you.