Power in Community Gardens
Situated in between a bike trail and a school yard, or on the extended property of a church are community gardens, neighborhood treasures often overlooked by residents.
Food Well Alliance recognizes community gardens as a place full of opportunities for all communities. Seniors have a place to be active, kids increase their appreciation for fresh foods, neighbors convene frequently and communities work together to increase goodwill.
In March, Food Well Alliance announced the recipients of the Community & Educational Garden Grant, and this month we are highlighting our grantees onwww.foodwellalliance.org.
We hope their great work will provide examples for other individuals and organizations to leverage community gardening to build greater connections and healthier lives.
Be sure to learn more about the grantees' efforts to transform lives and build healthier communities!
Meet Our Community & Educational Garden Grantees
Visit Thomasville Center of Hope Boys and Girls Club, where the kids can't get enough of gardening. Read More
The refugees at North DeKalb Mall Community Garden have transported their global techniques and crops to Atlanta. Read More
Learn about Applewood Community Garden, where senior citizens have taken food matters into their own hands.Read More