rooftop gardens

Urban rooftops can help the environment
Urban rooftops can help the environment
George Washington University
Rooftops are rarely seen and extremely underutilized. Let's put them to use!
Planet Forward, George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs
Throwback Thursday: In preparation for next Friday's Urban Agriculture Symposium, we're highlighting this piece about DC rooftop farming company Up Top Acres. You'll see the farm director at the symposium.
The George Washington University
This video gives you a glimpse at the work of Rooftop Roots, an organization that grows produce on the rooftops of buildings throughout the DMV.      
The George Washington University
I created a story map about urban rooftop farming. A story map is an application that provides an interactive experience for the user that both engages and educates.
The George Washington University
I spoke to one of Love and Carrots' gardeners, Leigh Prezkop, and asked her both about what Love and Carrots does and how they plan on impacting urban sustainability.
George Washington University
Rooftop Roots is a local D.C. organization that gives food to residents and visitors at local food banks. Their goal is to reinvest in the local food chain and reconnect people to their food, by harvesting community gardens.