Community gardens promote the pleasure of growing your own peppers, beans, greens, and other edible delights, and farmers’ markets emphasize local crops and the gardeners who tend them.

Urban farmers are resourceful: They use recycled and repurposed packing crates, second-hand building materials, fence sections, cinder blocks, chimney flues, and other inexpensive materials to make planting beds and useful garden structures. Many are experimenting with rain barrels to capture water during storms. Organic and sustainable gardening practices are important to modern urban farmers, too, but a bountiful harvest is, of course, the real goal. As a result of their location community gardens have challenges associated with increased traffic the impact of others plant growth choices etc. From the planning stage through the support of the garden we are here to maximize the overall yield improving the impact to the community