1. To enrich our community by providing plots in a central gathering place for members to plant vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers, and enjoy the fruits of our labor.
2. To offer an opportunity for members to "adopt" families-in-need, shelters, transition homes, homeless people, food banks, etc. to share their crops.
3. To provide our community with sustainable produce in times of natural or man-made disasters as well as during hard economic times.
4. To foster "green" programs, environmental awareness, healthy organic living, and a sense of community.
The Garden in Upland
Montclair Community Fruit Park
Nicholson Park Community Garden
Aquaponics Exhibit at San Bernardino County Museum
The Garden on the Farm, Ontario
The Guardian Project