The Emme roof top farm has been mentioned in The New York Times!

Take a look at the article for more information on our project and the positive impact that green infrastructure has on our growing climate change problem. 
"As concerns about climate change and dwindling natural resources grow, green roofs have become increasingly popular.
The Toronto-based organization Green Roofs for Healthy Cities estimates an increase of
about 15 percent in the number of green roofs in North America since 2013.
The Emme actually has two rooftop gardens — the one visible to residents on a deck on the third floor
and a 5,000-square-foot garden on the roof of the 14-story building.
Both are run by the Roof Crop, an urban farm that grows food for restaurants on a handful of roofs in Chicago.
Residents at the Emme can also subscribe to regular bundles of rooftop-grown fruits and vegetables." - The New York Times
October 28, 2019 — Tracy Boychuk

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