Since 2012, we have been steadfast in providing opportunities for all and supporting neighborhoods to be safe, healthy, and organic. 

Our Mission

To encourage environmental stewardship and sustainable agriculture while promoting community inclusion and equity for all.

A healthy and beautiful lawn is possible through an organic land care approach, and it’s the best way to ensure the greatest safety for our neighbors, friends, family, and wildlife.
— James Carnazza, Full Circle Earth Founder & President

What We've Achieved

  • Launched an eight-weeks pilot program offering Vocational Earth Skills Training to persons with altered abilities.  Provided content and hands-on workshops covering Organic Land-care, Sustainability, and Aquaponics.  Now partnering with the Northeast Organic Farmers Association (NOFA) to offer an adaptive certification in order to prepare persons with altered abilities for job opportunities in the Organic Land-care industry. 

  • 2014 & 2015 TURI Community Grant Champions; Project Title: Reducing Pesticide Use Through Practicing and Teaching Organic Land Care.

  • Official Citations to recognize Full Circle Earth's dedication towards reducing the use of toxic chemicals in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

  • Partnered with Endicott College Sustainability Office to create resources and ideas for sustainable living.

  • Constructed a small greenhouse at Longhill Reservation in Beverly, MA and establishing an environmental learning hub.

  • Since 2013, Facilitate an Empowering Garden Growers Workshop for people of all abilities in collaboration with the Woburn community gardens, EMARC, and DDS.

  • Project Partner on an awarded Urban Farm Grant from the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources 2015 on building 2 Aquaponic Systems for research, education, and training.

  • Provided over 100+ Hands On Compost Tea Kits in an effort to reduce pollution.