Brooklyn Grange, a rooftop farm that first sprouted up in Queens, today celebrated the first harvest from its first Brooklyn location, which is now the largest rooftop farm in NYC. The 43,000 square-foot farm, located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, was financed in part by a $592,730 grant from the DEP's Green Infrastructure Grant Program. Currently the crops are salad greens, rainbow chard, kale, basil, eggplant, cucumbers and ground cherries.
If you haven’t managed to get out to Queens to try the produce that Brooklyn Grange started selling last month at its Long Island City location and its pop-up stand in Vesta, take note: New York City’s largest rooftop farm is debuti... Read Post
Coming soon: vegetables. World's largest rooftop farm Brooklyn Grange has been, somewhat oddly, located in Long Island City, Queens, but now we hear it's set to expand to its namesake borough. Grub caught a glimpse of a large and cu... Read Post