Capital Roots, the 40-year-old regional non-profit dedicated to nourishing healthy communities through fresh food and green space, continues to draw attention to Troy’s renaissance. The Urban Grow Center, Capital Roots’ innovative office and food hub, recently won an international design award that recognizes the impact of architecture and public spaces on community health. Capital Roots joined companies like Google and projects from as far away as China to be recognized by the Center for Active Design. The Urban Grow Center received a 2016 Excellence Award for design that encouraged biking and walking, an onsite produce market and its support of neighborhood development.
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