When Ross Cordio and Elias Kolsun started Bloombrick Urban Agriculture in Cambridge, Massachusetts six months ago they shared a common vision. “We both really wanted to do something that was going to help the community and, at the same time, something that was new and cutting edge,” says Cordio. Cordio and Kolsun became enamored with urban agriculture models like rooftop gardening and vertical farming, but wanted to approach their journey into urban agriculture gradually.

In an interview with Seedstock.com, the start up growers tell about their start up of their hydroponic micro greens operation and their plants to expand.