We wanted to take a moment to brag about this article that the Houston Business Journal did about our work with the Harvest Green development in Fort Bend County!

Harvest Green is a subdivision that's part of a growing trend of "agri-hoods", neighborhoods designed around shared agricultural spaces. Instead of a golf course being at the center of the community, a working farm will take an important role at Harvest Green!

HBJ journalist Paul Takahashi says about us that "the Houston-based gardening and landscaping company hopes to bring the concept of “edible landscaping” — where edible herbs and fruits are in your front or back yard, not just on the grocery shelf — to master-planned communities across Houston. Ultimately, they want to help a younger generation of homeowners get into gardening."

Edible Earth Resources will be involved in the project through our new sister company that focuses on helping Home Owners Associations and neighborhoods incorporate edibles on a scale larger than just individual homes. More to be revealed about that venture at a later date!

In the meantime, we're excited to be taking our mission of helping people grow their own food to the next level! Stay tuned for updates.

http://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2016/01/12/edible-landscaping-takes-root-in-new-houston.html