Community Member

Bunny’s Flowers

Doylestown, Pennsylvania

Bunny’s Flowers is on a mission to provide environmental and wellness education programs based around community development and regenerative agriculture. Founded by Brandon Grossinger in 2020 to serve people who could use a little extra kindness, the organization’s volunteers create educational experiences by gifting flowers to community members of various backgrounds including public school groups, community groups, girl scouts troops, hospital patients, domestic violence survivors, the homeless, and other underserved communities. Bunny’s believes these small gestures can make a significant impact on a person’s emotional wellbeing, and also uses the process to raise awareness about social issues such as racism, anti-semitism, and LGBTQ+ pride. Bunny’s has also teamed up with Advancing Eco Agriculture to implement organic products in customized crop programs on Bunny’s Flowers Farm in Bucks County, PA and at their Urban Farm and Ecology Center in Philadelphia.

At Bunny’s Flowers and the Barn Nature Center, the group recently announced a new exciting variation and collaborative educational experience involving animal adventures and gardening.

Bunny’s Flowers is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that is entirely run by volunteers with a  passion for making a difference in their community. Through the simple act of giving flowers to brighten someone’s day, the organization spreads love and joy to those in need while also raising awareness about important social issues. Partners include God’s Love We Deliver, Miracle Corners of The World, Catchafire Inc.,, The Anti Defamation League, and the Lenape Nation of Pennsylvania. Additional programs include Bunny’s Flowers Farms in Buckingham, PA and North Philadelphia, both USDA registered farms with plans to revitalize the neighborhood through community development, environmental education, ecological restoration, and a focus on regenerative agriculture/gardening. Bunny’s Flowers has touched the lives of many people with the kindness of free flowers and by spreading awareness of social and ecological issues in the environmental space.

Greg M. Schwartz

Greg M. Schwartz

Greg is an award-winning investigative reporter who specializes in covering environmental justice issues with a track record for shining a light on crooked science and regulatory capture. He has a Master's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Kent State University in his native region of Northeast Ohio, where he also served on the May 4th Task Force. He has spent most of his adult life in California, where he's also a freelance music journalist with a preference for socially conscious rock 'n' roll bands.


Brandon Grossinger


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Climate Impacts

Drought, Earthquakes, Erosion-Subsidence, Flooding, Heat, Hurricanes/Tropical Storms, Wildfires

Environmental Justice Concerns

Air Pollution, Coal/Coke Plants and Emissions, Fighting Development/Destruction of Wildlife/Extinction of Species, Fracking/Oil and Gas Development/Pipelines, Groundwater Contamination, Hazardous/Toxic Sites, Hypoxia (Oceanic Dead Zones), Incinerator/Dumping/Landfill, Industrial Agriculture/Animal Waste, Lead Contamination, Logging/Biomass, Mining, Noise/Light Pollution, Nuclear Power Plants, Port/Transit/Highway Contamination/Noise, Sewage/Sewage Treatment, Superfund Sites


Art Activism, Community Farm/Gardens, Community Land Trusts/Land Conservation, Community Organizing and Education, Direct Relief and Aid, Elevation or Relocation of Homes, Legal/permit challenges to development, contamination, pollution, etc, Nature-Based Solutions, Renewable Energy, Risk mapping and/or monitoring e.g. flooding/contaminants etc

501c3 Tax Deductible


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