We are delighted to partner this year with the makers of Arnold, Brownberry, and Oroweat Organic Breads and 1% for the Planet to offer 11 Spring Planting Grants worth $5000 each. We received 98 applications from public food garden projects operating in the following cities: San Francisco, CA; Seattle, WA; Atlanta, GA; Denver, CO; Washington, D.C.; Nashville, TN; Milwaukee, WI; Los Angeles, CA; Portland, OR; Boise, ID; Philadelphia, PA. 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 11 grant winners below.

Arnold Organic Grantees:

  • Atlanta: Collegetown Farm (Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture)
  • Nashville: Brooklyn Heights Community Garden
  • Philadelphia: Brewerytown Garden
  • Washington, DC: Washington Youth Garden (Friends of the National Arboretum)

 

Brownberry Organic Grantee:

  • Milwaukee: Riverside Park Community Gardens (Urban Ecology Center Inc)

 

Oroweat Organic Grantees:

  • San Francisco: Alemany Farm (San Francisco Parks Alliance / Friends of Alemany Farm)
  • Denver: West Colfax Community Garden (Denver Urban Gardens)
  • Seattle: New Start Community Garden
  • Boise: BUGS Education Center (Boise Urban Garden School)
  • Portland:Brentwood Community Garden (Friends of Portland Community Gardens)
  • Los Angeles: Ancient Grains Garden (The Learning Garden )

 

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