Our Core Areas
We address the need for fresh, quality produce in food deserts, neighborhoods where a grocery store is nowhere in sight or too expensive for residents by meeting our neighbors close to where they live. We work with our local housing authority, public health department, parks & recreation, city government, and local farm cooperatives to bring fresh produce directly to those in need.
We create meaningful relationships with young people in order to transform the communities where they live. We teach them how to grow food in community/school gardens that is distributed through our pop-up farm stands, served in their school cafeterias, or donated to hunger-relief organizations.
We connect local farmers, ranchers, and producers with local schools, grocery stores, restaurants, breweries, institutions, caterers, and individual shoppers in order to give farmers a viable market for their products.
We are dedicated to the stewardship of our natural resources for future generations and the exploration of conservation-driven technologies and strategic partnerships that enhance agricultural sustainability.
Community Gardens create a unique opportunity to co-locate educational programs and large scale food production on under-used land.
We want to grow as much food as possible on these grounds to assist families in need. We will also use it as a training ground to teach others, especially young people, how to grow food for themselves, their families, and their communities.
Pop-Up Farm Stands
We address the need for fresh, quality produce in food deserts, neighborhoods where a grocery store is nowhere in sight or too expensive for residents. Getting healthy food into neighborhoods and communities where healthy grocery stores don’t exist is the priority. Pop-Up Farm Stands offer a low cost place to buy quality produce while meeting neighbors close to home.