our mission is to facilitate training, networking and community development around urban farming in order to increase access to healthy, local, affordable food in Los Angeles. 

OUR VISION    

A greener, healthier and more sustainable city of Los Angeles through a revolution of urban farming

By spreading access to urban farming, we aim:

    1) to provide everyone in Los Angeles with access to healthy food 

    2) to create neighborhood-based farms growing truly local fruits and vegetables

    3) to build markets for local, sustainable produce

    4) to train underemployed individuals on how to build, farm, and maintain urban farms

    5) to empower a whole new generation of food entrepreneurs

what we do

We believe urban farming has the potential to transform the ways that we eat and live in Los Angeles by providing new sources of affordable, healthy produce to local neighborhood markets and healthy food for families, neighborhoods, and communities.  By working with local businesses and non-profits, we empower communities to grow and enjoy local food by providing training, resources, and consultation on aeroponic vertical gardens.  We connect local non-profits, community organizations, schools, congregations, and businesses to forge innovative partnerships to start urban farms, which mutually benefits local businesses, families, and neighborhoods.  Finally, we connect and train underemployed individuals to local farms.  

If you are interested in setting up a farm, connecting with local organizations who are establishing vertical, aeroponic farms, or just curious about what urban farming could do for your business or community, please get in contact with us.  We believe that our innovative water and land-saving urban farms can change Los Angeles.  Call or email us and help to be a part of transforming LA!

One of the marvelous things about community is that it enables us to welcome and help people in a way we couldn’t as individuals. When we pool our strength and share the work and responsibility, we can welcome many people, even those in deep distress, and perhaps help them find self-confidence and inner healing.
— Jean Vanier, Community and Growth