The Just Garden Project helps lower-income members of our society develop food gardens. It is about reducing the barriers of $/education.
Clean Greens is a small nonprofit organization, owned and operated by residents of Seattle’s Central District. They are committed to growing and delivering clean and healthy produce for everyone at reasonable prices.
A Teen-Based Waste – Water – Soil Management Training Program operating at Seattle Housing Authority’s Yesler Terrace Garden Community working with Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle Neighborhood Group, Seattle Tilth and other grassroots organizations to create green employment and educational opportunities for low-income youth of color in urban centers.
A grassroots, membership-based organization in Seattle. CAGJ’s dedicated volunteers contribute their skills, time and money to work for a just local and global economy. CAGJ has three programs: Food Justice Project, AGRA Watch and Trade Justice
Alleycat Acres is a urban farming collective that aims to reconnect people with food. To achieve this, they create community-run farms on under utilized urban spaces.