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Green City Growers - Your Farm, Anywhere.


SOCIAL, ECOLOGICAL & FINANCIAL IMPACT OUR MISSION Green City Growers transforms unused space into thriving urban farms, providing our clients with immediate access to nutritious food, while revitalizing city landscapes and inspiring self-sufficiency. THE GCG VISION GCG envisions a world where rooftops and vacant lots become common and productive places to grow food – an agricultural revolution for a healthier nation. People from all walks of life, living in urban areas, will have access to a network of sustainable farms, fueling personal and environmental health, and local food sustainability. B Corps are for-profit companies certified by the nonprofit B Lab to meet rigorous standards of social and environmental performance, accountability, and transparency. BUSINESS AS A FORCE OF GOOD Green City Growers became a Certified B Corporation in 2014, and has since received “Best for the Environment” and “Best for the World Overall” awards. We are proud to be recognized as a leader in a growing community of more than 2,100 Certified B Corps from 50 countries and over 130 industries working together toward 1 unifying goal: to redefine success in business. Growing food has many health and environmental benefits, but the tools and knowledge to do so successfully are limited. Education and engagement around gardening can make a significant difference in an individual’s understanding of their health and how it relates to food. By providing the support businesses and homeowners need to grow-their own, GCG significantly impacts obesity rates, food access issues, and the environment. 16,500+ POUNDS DONATED SINCE 2008

GREEN CITY GROWERS’ MILESTONES 2008 GCG founded by Jessie Banhazl after identifying a need for local urban food production systems and farm education in the Greater Boston area, first residential client growing systems installed 2010 Boston’s first roof top farm is launched by GCG in collaboration with Recover Green Roofs, beginning of GCG’s relationship with Camp Harbor View, sales double in the Greater Boston area 2013 Mass Challenge winner, entered contract with Whole Foods Market for the first rooftop farm on a grocery store in the US, published “The Urban Bounty: How to Grow Fresh Food, Anywhere” 2015 Fenway Farms is launched, Direct Public Offering (DPO), Himmel Hospitality/Harvard Pilgrim Health Care partnership with GCG brings garden education to Boys and Girls Clubs in Greater Boston 2017 Managing Director and Partner Christopher Grallert added as part of a wave of new generation of of leaders for GCG, company accomplishes new growth through expanded outreach

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