Garden City Harvest
Garden City Harvest’s Youth Farm, started in 2010. The Youth Farm employs teens, mainly from the adjacent Youth Homes’ youth guidance home, providing not only a job, but also life skills, opportunities for community engagement, and empowerment through agriculture.
Photo courtesy of Garden City Harvest
Metro Atlanta Urban Farm
In 2009, Metro Atlanta Urban Farm (MAUF) was founded to be used as a teaching tool, economic empowerment zone, and as a food production site for the southwest Metropolitan Atlanta area.
Photo courtesy of Metro Atlanta Urban Farm
Sole Food Street Farms
Sole Food Street Farms transforms acres of vacant and contaminated urban land into street farms that grow artisan-quality fruits and vegetables while employing the poor and homeless, the drug-addicted, and the mentally ill.
Photo courtesy of Sole Food Street Farms
The Homeless Garden Project
Learn about one of the longest running farms with a social mission serving those facing homelessness.
Photos courtesy of Santa Cruz Sentinel and Eden Streets
Wasatch Community Gardens Green Phoenix Farm
The Wasatch Community Gardens Green Phoenix Farm employs women facing homelessness, helping to restore their sense of personal power while supporting them as they work to achieve their goals.
Photo courtesy of Wasatch Community Gardens