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Recover designed and installed the most practical and efficient food-producing roof for the new Whole Foods Market in Lynnfield. After nearly two years of collaboration with a team of architects, designers, engineers, and horticultural specialists the complete 17,000 sq ft rooftop farm supplies the market with thousands of pounds of hyper-local produce each year.
The rooftop farm provides Whole Foods shoppers with access to fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers grown on the roof. The majority of the materials were sourced locally during construction, including a soil blend from Read Custom Soils (Canton, MA), plants from Red Fire Farm (Granby, MA), fencing from Louis E. Page (Littleton, MA), Black Locust lumber (Worcester, MA), and Encendia Biochar (New Haven, CT).
A Rain Bird irrigation system measures temperature, humidity, solar exposure, and wind. These metrics detect the rate of evapotranspiration and schedule irrigation accordingly.
Recover installed a 42″ ballasted Guardian railing system around the perimeter of the rooftop farm that meets all OSHA standards without any mechanical fastenings.
Green City Growers (Somerville, MA) utilizes organic farming practices and harvests 10,000 pounds of produce annually.
Contact us at (617) 764-1310 or send an email to discuss growing vegetables on your home, restaurant, grocery store, or any other unused roof space.