Cecelia Rich and Taaliba Saadiqah are the founders of The Village Tree Inc. Urban Farm Project. The organizers are excited to plant social change in the Wilmington, Delaware community. Their goal is to promote healthy living by teaching the community to plant their own fruits and vegetables. They welcome everyone [...]
Irumba Juma Siriwayo is the founder of the project, Mushroom Farming for Women’s Sustainable Livelihood, located in Uganda. The project seeks to share knowledge on the modern art and science of indoor mushroom cultivation to a group of 20 women. It is a profitable agribusiness venture capable of improving livelihoods [...]
Bueno Para Todos is a farming cooperative created by the El Valle Women's Collaborative in Villanueva, New Mexico. BPT is working to heal the El Valle community through indigenous farming practices by creating food security, protecting the waters, and building community. They believe that when they bring people together through [...]
The ABC2 World Changers Community Farm Of Hope, Prosperity, and Change is a youth-led project whose goal is to continue empowering young people to become community leaders/advocates. They have a sustainable youth-led agricultural model that supports youth-led projects around health, economic development, and education. The community farm will serve as [...]
Raymond, Jacky, David and Grace founded Organic Food Kenya (OFOK), a project located in in Homa-Bay County. 8 volunteers run the project. Their project focuses on: 1. Develop a working organic farm 2. Produce organic food 3. Educate farmers in organic practical techniques 4. Change the cultural mindset of farming [...]
Logan Heights, located in San Diego, was determined to be the number one most environmentally contaminated neighborhood. Despite that, the community in Logan Heights is strong. As an environmentalist, Jiapsi refuses to stand by while surrounding industries biologically harm his friends and family. He decided to start an environmentalist organization [...]
The “Students for Food Justice” project aims to help 1 in 5 California State University student who are food insecure. Through this project, a American Disabilities Act (ADA)-approved garden will be built at the Anna Bing Arnold Children's center at Cal State University Los Angeles to serve children with disabilities. [...]
The “Recycling and using urine in farming project” work with this community to implement urine recycling and crops fertilization. This project involves collection, treatment, transportation and reuse of urine in agriculture.
The “Semillas Con Semillas: School Gardening and Seed Saving Program project” is a school gardening project that aims to grow traditional and heirloom seeds with youth. This project will promote cultural preservation, awareness, nutrition and health.