Steve Annear | Boston Daily

Boston’s own rooftop farm, Higher Ground Farm, has proved to be a success, considering they recently expanded their space far above the city’s streets to accommodate local businesses’ growing needs for fresh produce.

But they better look out, because now the MBTA wants in on the crop share. According to a recent call for proposals from Transit Realty, the company that manages bids and business opportunities for the T’s development and real estate department, a relatively new program that has been in the works for the last six months is giving other interested entrepreneurs an opportunity to pitch their plans for a possible rooftop garden to be housed on some of the MBTA’s properties.  Read more