We Grow From Here: A Community Garden Project
We Grow From Here:  A Community Garden Project
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Commenced:
01/02/2010
Submitted:
05/06/2013
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Palm harbor, FL, US
Website:
WeGrowFromere.wordpress.com
Climate zone:
Sub tropical





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Amy DiAngelus Birgit Albertsmeier Leon Elt
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We Grow From Here: A Community Garden Project

Project Type

Intentional Communities, Community, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

A Community Garden Project: Our Goal (attained) was to attain 75% food independence--we are now upping the ante to surrounding community, family & friends! Working on establishing #2 Community garden project: "Casa Seranita" (foodscaping, demo garden, wellness & education center)

Project Description

We Grow From Here

A Community Garden Project

Begun as both Karma Yoga and a Landmark Education Leadership project, the goal is to attain 75% personal food independence in 2012, as well as ‘produce’ing a steady stream of fresh, healthy abundance to local food banks, homeless shelters, and soup kitchens.
From this, we will inspire the creation of many more gardens, where hearts and hands fill bellies, create community, and teach self-reliance. Thus far, we have three participating private gardens in Palm Harbor, Dunedin, and Clearwater, and one of our Founding Trinity has just taken on the management of the Dunedin Community Garden!  We are growing by leaps and bounds already…

Please join our group on Facebook for updates!  http://www.facebook.com/groups/wegrowfromhere/

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