evergreen cooperatives prepares to break ground on $17m greenhouse in central neighborhood

Green City Growers, a for-profit, employee-owned produce company that is part of the nonprofit Evergreen Cooperatives, will break ground next week on a 3.25-acre hydroponic greenhouse. The project, which will cost $17 million and is expected to eventually create about 40 full-time jobs, will be built in an east side neighborhood so wracked by poverty it has been dubbed “The Forgotten Triangle.”

Fresh Water Cleveland, 10/13/11


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