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one of our volunteers working with the plants in our garden at the crofton library


We believe that everyone, regardless of their background or experience, can benefit from growing their own food and connecting with nature.

About Us

Our journey started with building two gardens of approximately 4000 sq. ft. at Crofton Library. The gardens slowly took shape and was converted it to irrigable land. We installed fencing and put down soil and compost to grow, water, and plant seedlings.

We also have built a greenhouse in Crofton Library where our seedlings are grown to sow in spring 2024. It also teaches the kids who come to library to learn how the vegetables are grown from seeds.

Today, we have four vegetable / pollinator gardens in Library and schools. We are proud to offer a variety of services that help people grow their own food, learn about sustainable farming practices, and connect with other like-minded individuals.


We are a Non-Profit 501c3 organization our gardens grow tomatoes, peppers, zucchinis, eggplants, cucumbers, basil, cilantro, Okra, potatoes, cabbage, spinach, lettuce, carrots, broccoli , pumpkins, watermelon, and cantaloupe, which are distributed to a clinic that helps economically impoverished Medicaid patients (around 700 individuals). These individuals have the opportunity to add free homegrown, nutritious, and chemical-free produce to their diets. Produce is also available weekly inside the library lobby for any patrons to take for free.



Our Team

Meet the experienced farmers, educators, and community builders dedicated to promoting a more sustainable and equitable food system.

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