A unique and viable approach to establishing local food self-reliance while building stronger communities.
|Sharing creates abundance! Greenhouse full of plants in mid-April. Chris spreading grass-mulch in paths.|
|Sharing the bounty - garden helpers "shop" for their week's vegetables.|
What makes these Sharing Gardens unique is that, instead of many separate plots, that are rented by individuals, we all garden together. All materials and labor are donated. The food we grow is shared by all who have contributed in some way. All surplus is donated to local food-charities (like Food Banks and Soup Kitchens).
|Lettuce and other vegetables being donated to a local food-charity.|
Overview of the Sharing Gardens
Benefits of a Sharing Garden
Harvest Totals - 2012
Using Leaves and Grass-Clippings to Create Soil-Fertility
Making your own potting soil in greenhouse paths
Wish List - To Donate
To view videos about the project, LINK including the the Peak Moment video: The Giving is Growing.
To read articles about the project: Click Here
|Volunteers from our local university help the gardens thrive!|