Since 2012, we have been steadfast in providing unique opportunities for all and to promote making every neighborhood healthy, safe, and organic.
To provide students, youth, and individuals with disabilities through vocational and educational opportunities by practicing and teaching sustainable solutions such as the building and operation of an Ecological Environmental Center; the promotion of sustainable agriculture by the growing of vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs to increase the amount of accessible local, healthy foods; the promotion of environmental sustainability through the organic land care, compost/recycle, food production, and other outreach services.
What We've Achieved
- TURI Community Champions 2014 & 2015: Toxics Use Reduction Institute Community Grant Recipient and Honorary at the Massachusetts Statehouse for the Community Project: Reducing Pesticide Use Through the Practice and Promotion of Organic Land Care.
- Facilitated Empowering Garden Growers Workshop on Saturdays since 2013 in collaboration with the Woburn Community Gardens, EMARC, and the Department of Developmental Services.
- Provided How To Instruction and compost tea kit supplies to over 100+ community members in an effort to reduce pollution.
- Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources, MDAR, Urban Farming Grant Project Partner in the North Shore Aquaponic Training Initiative.
- Established the beginnings of an Ecological Environmental Greenhouse in Beverly, MA.