We believe that time spent in contact with nature through these gardens provides meaningful rewarding work, densely nutritious organic produce, and a safe environment for healing. While growing nutritious organic produce, our garden programs create a sense of belonging and the opportunity to make beneficial human connections and build community.
We use regenerative, pesticide/insecticide-free methods of gardening to help mitigate our impact on the environment. Our goals is the reduce the carbon footprint of each shelter, increase food system resilience, and encourage a sustainable, healthy lifestyle.
The purpose of these gardens is not to address the immediate need of hunger; rather, these gardens are meant to nourish underserved communities by providing growth to plants and people.
Website | Facebook | Twitter
The People Concern (article) | Green America (article)