The 15th meeting of the United Nations Biodiversity Conference is taking place in two phases this year.
Preserving local biodiversity is an important part to preserve the environment, as well as a key to a successful farming practice.
Each MicroHabitat pot sold provides a child with a meal, as our mission is to support local communities and feeding the youth.
Remote work creates separation, prompting companies to add value by implementing sustainable projects despite the distance.
Innovative projects in commercial real estate have seen the benefits of having urban farming on their site. Discover five of our MicroHabitat urban farm projects…
Urban areas are vulnerable to greenhouse gases but also major emitters. Here’s how you can become an agent of change with urban agriculture.
This year, MicroHabitat is proud to have partnered with BOMA Canada for the development of a complete guide addressing urban agriculture in commercial real estate…
Want to get started on your urban farm project? Here are 6 steps to help you set up an urban farm on your property!
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…
An urban agriculture project in the workplace can make a difference by nurturing a greener, more united and committed corporate culture.