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GREENSTREET GROWERS EXPANDS ITS GREENWALL TEAM

Lothian, MD (November 7, 2016) Greenstreet GreenWalls, a division of Greenstreet Growers, announces the latest addition to its GreenWall team. Doug Bowe has accepted the position of GreenWall designer.

“We are thrilled to welcome Doug to the Greenstreet team during this exciting period of growth,” says Ray Greenstreet, owner of Greenstreet Growers. “Doug’s experience and design skills brings us to a whole new level and fits perfectly with our goals for the future expansion of GreenWalls.”

 

Doug has a BS in Landscape Architecture from West Virginia University and has worked in residential landscape design in Washington DC for about 3 years. He moved into landscape architecture work for a civil engineering firm doing designs for mixed use development, shopping centers, etc. He is also a certified arborist. “I am looking forward to being involved in the green industry and working towards a LEED AP BD+C certification. The world is going green and I’m excited to be at the starting line,” states Bowe.

 

Greenstreet GreenWalls, in partnership with AgroSci, installed a state of the art air-purifying living wall inside the newly opened Gunther & Co. restaurant located in an old brewery in Baltimore’s Brewers Hill neighborhood this summer. This green wall not only looks fantastic, it purifies the air 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Ray Greenstreet, owner of Greenstreet GreenWalls said “A living wall brings nature inside for a cleaner, healthier and more welcoming space. Green walls are the green way to purify indoor air.”

The Greenstreet GreenWalls use AgroSci’s U.S. patented Aerogation™ system, which magnifies the natural cleaning power of plants 200 times. Aerogation™ works by drawing air into the plants’ roots where a natural process called phytoremediation turns impurities into fresh oxygen.

Other Greenstreet GreenWalls include the Quarry Springs Condominiums in Potomac, MD, and the Perkins Eastman D.C. offices at Thomas Circle.

Ray Greenstreet served as President of the Maryland Agriculture Council in 2014, and currently serves on the Board of Directors. In September 2015, he was appointed to the Maryland Agricultural Commission for a term of three years by the Governor. Greenstreet Growers has been at the forefront of agriculture in Southern Anne Arundel County since 2000, growing bedding annuals and perennials in commercial greenhouses for both retail and wholesale customers.