A Heck of a Year: Urban Cultivator’s 2017 in Review


A Heck of a Year: Urban Cultivator’s 2017 in Review

This past year has been one heck of a ride. We’ve learned a lot, and through this, we’ve been able to further develop our Urban Cultivator appliances so that they can better serve you. Our goal has never changed since we launched Urban Cultivator. We want to be able to provide every household access to fresh and nutritious food.
Without further ado, here are some of highlights from this past year.


Why Martha Stewart Pilots Her Own Drone (January 4)

Martha Stewart on high-tech gardening gear, the best juicer and the benefits—and perils—of piloting a drone.

Best Indoor Herb Growing Kits Even Die-Hard Plant Killers Can’t Mess Up (February 3)

“Herb growing kits make it all look so easy, don’t they? Well, that’s because they are!”

Everything all the time (March 16)

The Winnipeg Free Press visit an up-and-coming diner in the city that has their own Urban Cultivator.

Indoor vegetable gardens prove to be a growing trend (August 8)

The Globe and Mail discuss the growing trend of indoor growing appliances.

Indoor gardens bring veggies and herbs inside (August 18)

Another look at the growing indoor gardening trend.

Dirty hands, happy students (September 11)

From beehives to farmers’ market stalls, innovative classrooms across Canada are feeding young people’s hunger for agricultural knowledge.

Grow smart greens in your kitchen – just like Martha Stewart (November 23)

“Fridge-sized indoor growers are used by folks at Microsoft, Google and Disney.”

15 big changes to Toronto food scene in 15 years as a restaurant critic (December 24)

The Star’s Amy Pataki reflects on her tenure spent tasting and experiencing the city’s restaurant offerings.
It’s been one heck of a year, but we know that we are nothing without our community. We can’t thank our supporters enough, as without you, we wouldn’t be where we are today.
Here’s to another happy and healthy year!