Are you new to the world of landscaping, urban agriculture, or composting? Perhaps you’ve used some of these services, but you’d like to see how Brown’s Greens differs from the competition. If we can’t answer your question below, feel free to contact us directly!
We define urban agriculture as any practice involving the production of food in an urban setting. It can include the growing of vegetables, fruits, herbs, grains, and livestock animals. If it produces food, Brown’s Greens is interested in incorporating it into your landscape!
Yes! We will meet with you and let you pick our brains for free. Growing food or getting started on a new landscape is full of complications and we want to answer as many of your questions as possible without you having to open your wallet. If you think you might like to have Brown’s Greens do some work for you after a consultation, we charge $50.00 to cover our time to make you an estimate and hand drawn plan, if necessary.
A residential compost pick-up subscription costs $16.00 per month if you pay monthly, and $15.00 a month if you pay on a yearly basis ($180 per year). If you have ever had a compost pick-up service before or looked into one in other areas, you will be shocked by how cheap this is compared to the norm. That’s because we do things efficiently and we believe in making composting affordable for all. We all share the same earth. Let’s focus on saving it together rather than profiting off of it!
Follow this link to our blog to find out the do’s and don’ts of composting with us!
We use standard round 5 gallon buckets for our residential composting. You receive one of these with a tight sealing lid and we exchange it with a clean one when we come to pick up your compost every week! If you are apartment dweller who’s tight on space and don’t generate much organic waste, we offer smaller bucket options to accommodate you.
Despite what our clever name may imply, we do not. We are focused on improving people’s lives by helping them grow their own food, helping them decrease their food and yard waste, and helping them fall in love with their gardens and landscapes.