Eat Your (Micro) Greens – the Nutrition Behind Microgreens

Eat Your (Micro) Greens – the Nutrition Behind Microgreens

Microgreens are anywhere from 4 to 40 times more nutrient-dense than their mature equivalents. That's crazy, right? Read on for a look into the nutrition behind microgreens.
January 06, 2018 by Misha Hermanova
Oh, All The Microgreens You'll Grow (And All the Ways You'll Use Them)

Oh, All The Microgreens You'll Grow (And All the Ways You'll Use Them)

Some of our favorite microgreen varieties and their flavor profiles. How to use micros at home in your own kitchen, and what not to do...
January 05, 2018 by Misha Hermanova
Crowdfunding Goal Reached!

Crowdfunding Goal Reached!

I'm happy to say we have now hit our goal of $107,000 invested in our crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine. Thank you so much to everyone who has supported us by sharing and investing in our company. 
January 05, 2018 by Robert Laing
A DIY Guide to Growing Your Own (Soilless!) Micros

A DIY Guide to Growing Your Own (Soilless!) Micros

Everything you need to know to begin growing your own microgreens at home, with tips and tricks we think every home grower should know. Easy to follow DIY guide from our Farm.One experts designed to make growing microgreens easy and fun, as part of our Farm.One week of microgreens.
January 04, 2018 by Misha Hermanova
Sprouts vs. Cress vs. Microgreens vs. Baby Greens - What’s the Difference?

Sprouts vs. Cress vs. Microgreens vs. Baby Greens - What’s the Difference?

What’s the difference between sprouts, cress, microgreens, and baby greens? Learn how to identify different stages of plant growth, and follow a single crop through this growth process – a variety of Kohlrabi called Purple Micro-Kohlrabi!
January 03, 2018 by Misha Hermanova
Tiny, Delicate, and Flavorful - the Farm.One Week of Microgreens

Tiny, Delicate, and Flavorful - the Farm.One Week of Microgreens

Our week of microgreens is here! We're going to tackle all of your *burning* microgreen questions - what exactly are microgreens? How are they different from baby greens and sprouts? Should I be eating them and are they really that good for me? Can I grow them at home? Which ones should I grow?
January 02, 2018 by Misha Hermanova
Announcing Our New Farm in Tribeca, with Restaurant Atera

Announcing Our New Farm in Tribeca, with Restaurant Atera

We're proud to announce the launch of our latest farm, underneath restaurant Atera in Tribeca. The farm grows rare herbs, edible flowers and microgreens for the best restaurants in New York, including a special relationship with 2-Michelin star rated Atera
November 14, 2017 by Robert Laing
Tags: atera farm
Herb Garden and Fresh Tea Infusions at L'Appart

Herb Garden and Fresh Tea Infusions at L'Appart

Recently on the ICE blog, we talked about our new collaboration with restaurant L'Appart, were we are planting and helping maintain a new outdoor aromatic herb garden on their terrace at Brookfield Place. L'Appart's menu is elegant and French, with many opportunities to showcase excellent fresh flavors paired with their other carefully chosen ingredients. 
June 23, 2017 by Robert Laing
Hoi, Hoe Gaat Het? Farm.One on Studio Brussel Tastes of the World

Hoi, Hoe Gaat Het? Farm.One on Studio Brussel Tastes of the World

Farm.One recently appeared on Belgian TV show "Tastes of the World", featuring chef Nick Bril. ICE's Caitlin Raux guided Nick around our farm to taste the produce, and help Caitlin pick ingredients for a rooftop meal with friends in Brooklyn. I used to live in Belgium during high school, so it was very fun to have one of the country's best chefs visit us at ICE.
June 20, 2017 by Robert Laing
Tags: belgium ICE
Cool Neighborhoods - Greening Roofs in NYC

Cool Neighborhoods - Greening Roofs in NYC

The Mayor's office in NYC recently announced a $106 million plan to plant trees and carry out other activities to reduce the "heat island" effect in New York, concentrating mainly on Northern Manhattan, the South Bronx and Central Brooklyn. 
June 19, 2017 by Robert Laing
Tags: NYC policy