Announcing Our 2022 Spring Planting Grantees

We are delighted to partner again this year with the makers of Arnold, Brownberry, and Oroweat Organic Breads and 1% for the Planet to offer 20 Spring Planting Grants worth $5000 each. We received 195 applications from public food garden projects operating in the following cities: Atlanta, GA; Austin, TX; Boston, MA; Chicago, IL; Cincinnati, OH; Dallas – Fort Worth, TX; Denver, CO; Houston, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Miami – Ft Lauderdale, FL; Milwaukee, WI; New York, NY; Philadelphia, PA; Phoenix, AZ; Portland, ME; Portland, OR; Raleigh – Durham, NC; San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Washington, D.C.. We would like to thank all the applicants for the important work they’re doing to make healthy and sustainably-produced foods more accessible to people in their communities. Congratulations to the 20 grant winners below.

Arnold Organic Grantees:

  • Boyd Street Garden, Portland, ME
  • Chelsea Urban Farm, Boston, MA
  • Paradise on Earth, Fannie’s Garden, New York, NY
  • Nice Roots Farm, Philadelphia, PA
  • Wangari Gardens, Washington, DC
  • Raleigh City Farm, Raleigh, NC
  • Historic Westside Gardens, Atlanta, GA
  • The Green Haven Project, Miami, FL
  • Old Town Garden, Dallas, TX
  • Urban Roots Farm, Austin, TX
  • Hope Farms, Houston, TX

Brownberry Organic Grantee:

  • Hamilton Urban Garden Systems (HUGS), Cincinnati, OH
  • Global Garden Refugee Training Farm, Chicago, IL
  • Kilbourn Community Garden, Milwaukee, WI

Oroweat Organic Grantees:

  • David Crockett Elementary School Community Garden and Food Center, Phoenix, AZ
  • East Hollywood Community Garden, Los Angeles, CA
  • Alemany Farm, San Francisco, CA
  • Albina Cooperative Garden, Portland, OR
  • Magnuson Community Garden, Seattle, WA

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