Rid-All Green Partnership

Founded in 2010, Rid-All Green aims to transform Cleveland communities through urban agriculture.  Its projects are located within the City of Cleveland’s Urban Agriculture Innovation Zone, a 28-acre vacant tract in a disinvested, inner-city neighborhood.  To date, the organization has developed a 1.3-acre farm, which is credited with creating four new jobs, harvesting more than 4,000 tilapia fish and more than 14,000 pounds of produce, and processing up to 40,000 pounds of food waste per week.  As a regional training center for the Milwaukee-based Growing Power, it also has trained over 150 people in urban agriculture techniques.

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