With honey bees disappearing from hives around the world and native bee habitats turning into developed spaces, it’s time to do your part at home to help protect our bees. Building a bee garden is one of the easiest ways to help native bees, and it’s a fun project too!
Our Communities In Focus
The South Central Farm was a 14 acre urban farm and community garden located in an industrial area of South Los Angeles, CA. It was in operation from 1994 until the farmers were evicted in 2006. As of May 2014 the land remains an empty lot.
Brooklyn Grange is the leading rooftop farming and intensive green roofing business in the US. We operate the world’s largest rooftop soil farms, located on two roofs in New York City, and grow over 50,000 lbs of organically-cultivated produce per year.
HKFP is an urban rooftop farm in Hell’s Kitchen, managed and run by volunteers. We are an outgrowth of community discussions concerning nutritional security, especially scarcity of affordable fresh produce, in Hell’s Kitchen. Read about our Rooftop Farm.
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona pioneers a comprehensive strategy to support people in providing healthy food for themselves and families in the long term. The vision of the center reflects the concept of community food security.