“Workers to Owners.” Dawn Carpenter, More Than Money podcast, Georgetown University, March 2017.

“Of the community, by the community, for the community.” Ivy Lee, DigBoston, January 2017.

“As Boomers Retire, Mom-and-Pop Businesses Convert to Co-Ops to Save Jobs.” Kelli Tianga, Yes! Magazine June 2016 (originally published as “The Next Boom for Worker Co-ops?” in Shelterforce, June 2016).

“Labor Pains: Four Creative Strategies to Conquer Employee Challenges.” Patrick White, Turf Magazine March 2016.

“Making the case with the Client: Why go ecological?” Carolyn Edsell-Vetter, Ecological Landscape Alliance Newsletter, December 2015.

Successful Cooperative Ownership Transitions: Case Studies on the Conversion of Privately Held Businesses to Worker Cooperatives, University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives and Democracy at Work Institute, 2015.

“Hope in Bloom: Healing gardens comfort and uplift cancer patients,” American Profile, August 2013.

“Like a million bucks: How to take your lawn care operation beyond the six-figure level,” Daniel Gordon, CPA, Lawn & Landscape Magazine, April 2013.

“Show me the money: How four companies profit from open-book management,”Donna Fenn,, September 2010.

Small Business Spotlight,, 2010.

Inc Magazine Top Workplaces Profile, July 2010.

“Pathway to Healing,” Carol Stocker, Design New England, July/August 2009.


Workers to Owners 2017 Annual Impact Report, Democracy At Work Institute, November 2017.

Enhancing Resiliency in Boston, A Better City, February 2015.

“Garden Variety: With some care, a bramble of a backyard is turned into an all-season oasis with global influences,” Regina Cole, Design New England, January/February 2014.

“15 Design Ideas for Beautiful Garden Paths,”, March 2013.

Home Outside: Creating the Landscape You Love, Julie Moir Messervy, Taunton Press, 2009.