Garden Abundance Project
The garden at 18th & Rhode Island was established in the Fall of 2008 with it’s main mission being that of growing healthy and nutritious food for the people who need it most, those with little or no access to fresh and organic produce.
- We want kick it up a notch or two … or ten.
- We want to see how much food we can grow in this garden.
- We want this food to go to those who need it most.
- Grow more food, dense spacing and tight cycles throughout the year
- Support local kids to harvest the food and deliver it
- Kids deliver fresh food to the Free Farm Stand once per week
How It Will Work
We have received a matching grant of $6,000 to reach this goal, that means we need to raise at least that much to get the grant. A portion of the money will go toward increasing the food production capacity of the garden and the remainder will be used to support local kids programs to harvest and deliver the food (and learn about urban agriculture) to the Free Farm Stand.
How You Can Help
Please consider donating to this project, any amount helps us.
- Your one-time contribution goes toward realizing this project for a full year.
- Your ongoing and recurring donations support us in the long-term.