Sowing Seeds of Change

Sowing Seeds of Change has a mission to empower our participants to discover and and actively engage in a local food system that encourages healthy living, nurtures the environment, and grows a sustainable community through vocational training, youth entrepreneurship, and leadership opportunities.

Their primary objectives and vision are to employ transition-age people with disabilities and foster youth (ages 18-22) through a job-readiness program, grow organic produce, and host educational workshops for the neighboring community. Their Urban Farm centers on offering Agricultural Education and Vocational Training to young adults with disabilities and transition age foster youth while engaging the local community as key stakeholders in the growth and well being of their participants.

The Sustainable Agriculture Program provides vocational training in the concepts and practices of organic gardening and small scale farming that include crop production; organic flower farming; greenhouse care and nursery operation.




Year Type Amount
2021 Community First Grant $7,940
Total: $7,940


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