Problem & Solutions
With 21% of USDA's budgets cut and rising cost of food, people across the region struggle with food insecurity and hunger. Majority of who are seniors and children currently living in low-income areas in the United States. Many families with limited resources select lower-quality foods. These foods are usually the least expensive and have been shown to cause harm on multiple levels. Local residents need a better option.
Due to outsourcing of food there are very little farms that deal directly with feeding people face-to-face. We will be the face of sustainable organic farming. We will provide a space for low-income families, students and teachers to learn about farming practices. Offer free food for the elderly and homeless population. As well as teach “urban gardening” techniques in order to encourage communities to grow their own food in small areas.