Grow it! Eat it! Love it!

Educating our communities by creating spaces for people to learn how to grow organic foods and prepare healthy meals. Find out about our programs for youth, gardening classes, and farmers resources. Knowledge is power, and the power to grow food is priceless.

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Who We Are...

FARMS TO GROW, INC is a 501(c)3 non profit organization dedicated to working with black farmers and underserved sustainable farmers. FTGI is committed to sustainable farming and innovative agricultural practices which preserve the diversity and ecological balance of the local environment. FTGI aims to increase the capacity of underserved farmers to keep their farm operations and establish farming as a viable career alternative for future generations. Underserved farmers may include minority groups, women, and the physically challenged and limited access organic farmers.

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In your Town

Farms to Grow, Inc. is committed to working with disenfranchised farmers to expand and thrive in whatever way
possible. We work with community stakeholders to develop farmers markets, like the Freedom Farmers Market in Oakland. We offer farm to school programs for farmers...
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Gardens to Grow
with FTG

FTG has installed several gardens and launched several nutrition programs in the greater bay area. We can also come to your school and teach nutrition education...
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Healthy Kids!

Do you need a comprehensive childhood nutrition program FTGI can come to your school! FTGI has a successful history of summer and traditional school year ...
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Knowledge, tools, time

Farms to Grow, Inc. accepts knowledge, tools, and time. If you would like to be a part of FTG in person or...
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What We Do?

Promote the welfare and survival of underserved farmers and help sprout the next generation of small farmers.
Document and disseminate farm history to advance the public's understanding of the important roles of African American and Native American farmers.
Improve access to urban food markets including schools, restaurants, and individual consumers.

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