what people are saying

Elizabeth is amazing! I have been so rewarded in choosing her as my garden consultant. Her extensive knowledge and expertise with raised bed construction, heirloom seeds, seasonal plantings, organic soil, and more have enabled me to truly enjoy this new adventure. My little garden has grown profusely under her careful stewardship. She provides thorough and precise written documentation for my garden's progress step by step and is always available to answer my many questions and to check on my garden in person whenever appropriate. I am so grateful!


Carole Addlestone

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Press and News about Crop-Up LLC and Our Clients

Crop-Up included in a new book on Community Gardens


Post and Courier calls Crop-Up: "If you had a magic wand..."


Coastal Conservation League Volume 24 - No. 1


The Local Palate; Food Culture of the South: "New Charleston, SC Restaurant, Basico, Redefines the Meaning of Local Ingredients


Urban Agriculture: 8 Landscape Architect Firms Leading the Way includeds Crop-Up and Urban Edge Studio


New restaurant urban farm for local food entrepreneur Bryan Lewis - planted by Crop-Up


New Book on Urban Agriculture by April Phillips features Verge Garden and MUSC Urban Farm and other models


Charlie Magazine (http://readcharlie.com) celebrates 50 Of the Most Progressive People in Charleston. Elizabeth Beak, founder and owner of Crop-Up, was awarded the prize.

Post and Courier writes on Microgreens while consulting Crop-Up 


Post and Courier writes an article on Crop-Up and Urban Agriculture


Post and Courier writes an article on Roots and call's Crop-Up for advice. 


Charleston Magazine writes an article on the MUSC Urban Farm - "Common Ground"


Butcher and Bee opens on Upper King with garden beds by Crop-Up


The Verge Garden gets some television news and newpaper coverage

http://www.live5news.com/story/14814735/veggies-a-unique-landscape-for-west-ashley neighborhood


Elizabeth Beak in Skirt Magazine