The floral industry is facing transitions and obstacles nationwide, and Bostonians are stepping up to the plate to help local flower shops stay alive.
Living his American Dream, Angel Diaz opened up his flower shop in February of 2020, but wasn’t prepared for the challenges that came soon after.
Utilizing technology and his loyal customers, Richard O’Mara successfully kept Cedar Grove Gardens open during some of the most difficult times in the floral industry.
Several resources are available to finding mental health professionals of color in the Boston area.
Farmers markets seem to be popping up all over Boston.