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Harvest 2020


At PHS, we recognize that this is a challenging time for gardeners to gather tools, seedling and other resources they need to grow fresh food.

One challenge of gardening is knowing how to start.

We can help.

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Step One
Join us by becoming a Grower and Sharer

Pledge that you will grow food for yourself and your family, OR grow food to donate to others in your community.

Sign up
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Step Two
Use Our Shopping List

We’ve put together easy shopping lists for newer and existing gardeners. Purchase the items you need to start, then grow and share fresh vegetables.

Container Gardens
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Step Four
Have Resources, Expertise or Land to Share?

Add your resources by completing this survey below. Search for resources with the Cooperative Gardens Commission here.

Take Survey
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Step Five
Learn How to Grow

Connect with PHS’s gardening experts, educational partners, and fellow home gardeners who are sharing their knowledge through Harvest 2020.

Learn to Grow

Provide Food Growing Tools and Education

Through Harvest 2020, PHS will support community-based partners, such as The Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram’s Garden, to scale up their efforts to build networks for self-reliance and provide tools and resources to support people in underserved communities to grow food for themselves and their neighbors.  

PHS is partnering with the Cooperative Gardens Commission (CGC) to help connect first-time growers with the community resources they need — including seeds, land access, and knowledge — to get started producing food for themselves and their communities. The CGC's website, coopgardens.com, will very shortly feature an online form linked to a resource-sharing map to help experienced gardeners make their tools, equipment, and expertise available to those who need them.

Questions on Harvest 2020? Get in touch with PHS.