Our Mission

Our mission is to build gardens and conduct programs designed for education, sustenance, ecotherapy, social impact, and urban farming for profit. We specifically serve schools, domestic violence shelters, homeless shelters, foster care prevention centers, and the disabled and elderly.

Our gardens and programs are fertile sites for both community and personal development, engaging with the ever-present global concerns around food sustainability and environmental issues.

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Donations start from $25 USD. You decide wether it's a single donation or a monthly donation. Payment by Paypal.

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Donations start from $25 USD. You decide wether it's a single donation or a monthly donation. Payment by Paypal.

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COVID-19 Response Effort

Part of Urban Farming Education’s mission is to address food insecurity issues, and our response to that is Fresh Food Collaboration Movement. With a partnership formed by like-minded members of our community, our attempts is to alleviate food access issues caused by the COVID-19 outbreak. Our objective is to assist families and individuals by providing nutritious and waste-free boxes to school districts, agencies, and organizations in need.

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Thank you to our collaborators!

Become a volunteer!

Urban Farming Education's volunteer program is a great way for people to learn from our programs while giving back to the community. We ask our volunteers to share their interests and areas of expertise in case we have the opportunity to accommodate them in an area more aligned to their skills/interests.

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What our community say

"Before we got involved with Urban Farming Education, we really had little connection to the land on which the food we were sharing with the community was actually being grown and harvested. The Urban Farming Education is an opportunity to share with people who may not be aware that you know food comes from the ground, we're connected to the ground."
Pastor Sarah — Grace Lutheran Church
"Kids already come with a lot of struggles on their shoulders and so another way for them to escape that is providing them with different activities that will allow them to rethink their goals in life."
Maria Meyer - Teacher for Lattie Coor School
"Grace takes time to make sure everything is fresh and new so that we don't feed people something that we wouldn't eat ourselves."
Sheila Petry - Director on the Grace Lutheran Church Council

What can you do to help?

There's a lot of things we need you for.


Big or small, every dollar help support the community of gardens and gardening education.

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Every small action can make a huge difference in the lives of others.

Become a partner

We will work with you to determine the needs of the community, the goals of the garden, provide guidance, and ways to create and sustainable garden program.

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Decorative Drought Tolerant Plants for Arizonan Gardeners

January 14, 2021

Living in the great Southwest doesn't mean you can't have a decorative garden in Arizona. You can grow many drought-tolerant plant varieties to create a vibrant garden that looks great all-year-round. Most drought-tolerant plants are also easy-care, which means you get a beautiful garden without all the work. 

Preparing Your Garden for Winter

December 31, 2020

Preparing your garden for winter not only keeps your garden beautiful throughout the winter months, it also ensures a healthy garden once spring arrives. It’s a good idea to think about the needs of your outdoor plants during the winter months regardless of your garden variety.

Preparing Garden Soil in Arizona to Ensure a Bumper Crop

December 28, 2020

Careful planning of your garden activities means that Arizona gardeners can enjoy growing a wide variety of plants and vegetables all year round. Winter in Arizona is an exciting time for gardeners, especially for those who enjoy growing a harvest of fresh winter vegetables for the kitchen.

When to Harvest Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Crops in the Southwest

December 14, 2020

The warm, dry conditions prevalent over most of Arizona have given the state a reputation for having a limited choice for growing produce and gardening in general. However, its USDA Plant Hardiness Zones puts it in between Zones 5 to 9.

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