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    © 2019 by Sabzy Greens

    THERE HAS NEVER BEEN A BETTER TIME TO START GROWING YOUR OWN FOOD.

    Growing your own greens offers a solution to the rising prices and limited availability of fresh and locally grown produce. 

    Through Online Courses and in-person Workshops,

    Sabzy Greens is paving the way towards a healthier diet,

    a more sustainable lifestyle, and a happier planet.

    - Microgreens Farming- 

     

        About    

     

    Saba Nazarian is a culinary farmer, educator, and a sustainable food advocate, specializing in all-year-round production of high quality, nutritious greens.

     

    Limited by restrained space and cold local climate, he founded 

    Sabzy Greens as a startup Micro-Indoor Farm out of his Montreal apartment in the winter of 2015. Considering the rising prices and limited availability of fresh local produce, Saba decided to grow microgreens as his main indoor crop using vertical spaces. Thanks to the quick-maturing nature of microgreens, soon he started supplying local chefs and a small community of health conscious individuals with freshly cut greens.

    Faced with increasing interest in his #GrowYourOwnGreens

    approach, Saba aspires to inspire city-dwellers to partake in the sustainable food movement by growing their own greens. He believes that not only will this lead to adopting a healthier diet, but it will also contribute to the environmental and economic sustainability of communities.

     

    As a mission-driven Agripreneur and traveler, Saba is devoted to helping communities around the world create productive and profitable farming enterprises by sharing his knowledge and experience gained from working with his mentors Curtis Stone and Jean-Martin Fortier.

     

        Microgreens    

    Microgreens are tiny seedlings grown in soil,

    harvested in 2-3 weeks, and are packed with nutrients.

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