It brings fresh produce directly to the participant and allows for educational opportunities in horticulture and food cultivation. We have also found that a community garden as the potential to unite communities and transform neighborhoods. It doesn’t take much more to understand why starting community gardens is one of our three primary methods for creating good food access.
We want to build gardens but also a movement.
We are very grateful to the following businesses and groups that have shown their support for the mission of good food for all.