Urban farming initiative gets attention


When we invited the press to come visit our facility and see our Hydroponic Demonstration Garden on display, it generated a lot of positive media attention. See a summary of what the media had to say:

Puget Sound Business Journal

Entrepreneur’s garden idea sprouts in a Belltown basement

An entrepreneur’s 3-year-old dream of operating farms on the roofs of big warehouses and other commercial buildings is raking root at Seattle’s Millionair Club Charity.

There, hundreds of plants are growing…


Daily Journal of Commerce

Millionair Club starts farm in its basement

You could be taking a bite out of urban poverty when you dig into a salad in Seattle…


King 5 News

Millionair Club creates hydroponic farm at Seattle shelter

A Seattle charity organization is now in the urban farming business.

The Millionair Club Charity has created a hydroponic farm in the basement of its Seattle shelter.

Farm Manager Chris Bajuk said hydroponics is by far the most environmental form of farming…



Charity grows food for homeless in a Belltown basement

The Emerald City has goats, chickens and all kinds of urban farming going on – and now a nonprofit that feeds the homeless is jumping on the bandwagon.

It’s happening at the Millionair Club in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood.

Club members serve more than 90,000 meals a year to the homeless and now, instead of buying fresh produce, they’re growing it right in their basement…


Nonprofit Quarterly

Urban farm grows opportunity in Seattle basement

The Millionair Club in Seattle has, since 1921, been offering jobs and other support to people who are homeless and unemployed. They also provide more than 90,000 meals a year to the homeless, so a year-round “kitchen garden” is a handy thing to have…


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