Little Mountain Brewing Co. in Kirtland and Rid-All: Urban Agriculture & Youth Education in Cleveland are teaming up to support the Green 'n tha Ghetto project. Rid-All will use waste products from Little Mountain’s commercial brewing process to develop compost for the green effort -- a recently constructed greenhouse at East 81st Street and Kinsman Avenue. The project transformed an abandoned, illegal dumping site into eco-friendly “vertical farming.” Green 'n tha Ghetto uses organic waste as raw material, and then raises worms and fish to develop compost and provide nutrients to enrich vegetable plants. The goal is to create green jobs and transform waste once destined for landfills into locally grown produce for local residents, businesses and markets. Little Mountain is a brew-on-premise business and nanobrewery.