Community gardens increase access to fresh produce while strengthening social connections between neighbors. PHS offers resources for garden leaders to serve their neighborhoods with fresh food. PHS provides gardening materials and aid advocacy for urban farming as well as a way to share skills.
Gardens participating in PHS’s City Harvest program have access to free seedlings. Once grown, these gardens donate produce to local food pantries or share the crops with their community.
We offer gardening workshops throughout the year taught by local leaders in the gardening community. With our partners at Neighborhood Gardens Trust, we work with community gardens to protect open spaces.