Priests in East Palo Alto want to help their parishioners get out of poverty through yardfarming.
Ali Kawakita created NOCA?! to give a home to young people who were abused by their parents during their childhood. Working hard in farming or in crafts, they find their way to independence.
Check out this great urban initiative in Los Angeles County!
Watch this great video about a woman who is empowering ex-prisoners and providing them with opportunities.
In Chicago, Sweet Beginnings helps people returning from prison learn how to make a living with bees – changing ideas about ecology and imprisonment along the way.
Jobless and homeless residents in France are given opportunities to grow organic produce in the Jardins de Cocagne.
Green Bridge Growers strives to be an integral part of the community in South Bend, IN while providing jobs for autistic adults.
Learn how gardening is creating hope and community for prison inmates in Rhode Island while teaching them valuable job skills.