Want to start your own urban farm ? Here are the main steps you should follow to ease the implementation of the urban farm in your building and make it as effortless as possible.
Discover the people at the heart of the maintenance, harvesting and, more broadly, the success of your urban farms! Meet Julien, urban farmer in the Montreal area.
In an era where the lack of qualified workers is strongly felt, companies are faced with an important challenge: attracting and retaining employees. Integrating an urban agriculture project in the workplace can make a difference by nurturing a greener, more united and committed corporate culture. Discover how…
Contrary to what one might think, it is not always necessary to be a property manager to launch your urban farm. A tenant’s strong will, a solid file and some preparation can go a long way… and pay off big time!
Discover the individuals at the heart of the maintenance, harvesting and, more broadly, the success of your urban farms! Meet Maude, urban farmer in the Montreal area.
The impact of an urban vegetable garden is first and foremost local: an urban farm project has the potential to improve the quality of life and engagement of the residents who benefit from it.
Our urban farms manage to take root in all kinds of environments and in no time! The secret behind this flexibility? MicroHabitat’s vegetable gardens differs from green roofs and thus avoid many of the constraints of this type of installation…
When we think of increasing the value of a property today, we often think about renovations such as extending, building a gym or installing a pool. However, a new trend is starting to gain in popularity: the urban vegetable garden.
Because there are not only plants behind our MicroHabitats, but above all a great team without whom nothing would be possible! Meet Jeremy, our Chief Farmer in Toronto and his vision about urban agriculture.
Despite the ever-increasing globalization of our economies, the last few years have seen a resurgence of the local movement. Why? It turns out that the benefits of eating local are not limited to supporting the regional economy, but have many other environmental and social implications.