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Green Roofs, Urban Agriculture

Creative Urban Agriculture on NYC rooftops

The rooftop of the Metro Baptist Church in Hell’s Kitchen has just celebrated it’s first harvest of fruits and vegetables, using kiddie pools as an innovative means to pursue urban agriculture in New York City.

For more information check out Inhabitat New York City’s article.

About angelaloder

Angela Loder, Ph.D., is Director and Principal Researcher of Greening the City Consulting in Denver, CO. She specializes in strategic planning, analysis and translation of complex data to diverse audiences, and visionary thinking to foster innovation and interdisciplinary collaboration on complex topics.

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