A (rooftop) farm grows in Brooklyn

“To get people really excited about something, especially when there’s so much bad news out there, I think is a really wonderful thing.”

So says Lisa Goode, of Goode Green, about a rooftop gardening project in Brooklyn. More than just a green roof, this rooftop farm provides food to local markets, reduces rain water runoff (the video gives a good explanation of the benefit of this), and gives urbanites something beautiful to dig their hands into. Check it out to see a simple video on a tangible, but still inspiring, act of creation care.

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