Whole Bazaar rooftop book sale

Despite this year’s erratic weather, spring has officially sprung!  For gardeners and aspiring DIYers alike, this could mean that you’ve been quietly plotting your early season veggie planting, or maybe you’ve been dreaming of a brand new…

top 10 reasons to buy EAT UP this holiday season

Not sure what to give your hip, garden-loving, urban foodie this holiday season?  How about a carbon neutral gift that they’ll use to gain inspiration and change the world?  “EAT UP | the inside scoop on…

EAT UP turns two!

It’s hard to believe, but this week EAT UP | The Inside Scoop on Rooftop Agriculture turns two!  My little bubelah is so grown up.  Since EAT UP’s publication by New Society Publishers in spring 2013, urban farmers and gardeners…

grey to green

Think green infrastructure is sexy?  Don’t hold yourself back from nerding out with others, like yourself, who blush at the thought of rooftop farming, green walls, biofilters and living machines.  On August 25 and 26, Green Roofs for…

EAT UP on You Bet Your Garden

As a gardener I’ve listened to You Bet Your Garden for over 10 years. Not religiously, but often enough to keep up with the latest tricks and trends in organic gardening around the country. The weekly…

Chicago Roof-to-Table Launch Event

Hold onto your knickers, Chicago!  EAT UP’s coming to town.  On August 20th from 6:00-8:00 pm we will celebrate EAT UP’s Midwest book launch and Roof-to-Table Photography Exhibition opening at Uncommon Ground (1401 W. Devon Ave).  The…

Roof-to-Table Launch Event!

It is my great privilege to announce that EAT UP | the inside scoop on rooftop agriculture was launched on Thursday amidst family and friends at Good Karma Café (928 Pine Street) in my hometown of Philadelphia.  The event drew…

making your rooftop farm a reality

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGyWBAOj9ls&feature=youtu.be] As my company, Roofmeadow, delves deeper into the world of rooftop agriculture, keep us in mind for your rooftop farm or garden project!  With engineers, landscape architects, construction specialists, and a rooftop agricultural expert (yours…

who are these people, anyway?

Rooftop farms and gardens are sprouting up in cities across the country.  Restaurants, community groups, families, and individuals are enjoying the bounty, but who the heck is up there growing all this food? Lots of people…

the pitch.

In America, over an acre of farmland is lost every minute.*  With the increasing appeal of urban living and pop culture’s rediscovery of fresh food, urbanites are planting farms and gardens throughout cities. In the midst…