Urban farms and community gardens have the ability to feed the body and the soul. In doing so, they empower neighbors to build stronger communities and turn unused land into places where they can gather, grow food and learn new skills. Urban and community gardens can engage youth, adults and seniors alike in learning practical gardening skills and provide healthy food for their families or others in need.
We work with cities and community organizations to develop plans that make the most of available space and engage community members in the planning and planting process. We see projects through from start to finish and, by collaborating with other organizations, help to develop ongoing educational programs and support.