earth day

earth day

What better way to celebrate Earth Day than in the garden with 60 students, visitors from APSU and Local Table magazine, 75 seedlings, a hunger...

give the wonder of an orchard

give the wonder of an orchard

We are growing a healthy, welcoming community… one seed and one child at a time. In partnership with Nashville International Academy—the area’s only Muslim school—Plant the Seed utilizes garden education to help integrate Nashville’s new immigrants and refugees with U.S.-born youth, bringing together children from different backgrounds within identified food deserts—where the median family income is $19,000—to grow food and to grow as a community.

Year in review

Year in review

This year was possible because of the foundation of a phenomenal pilot year! We established an effective and mutually beneficial partnership with East Nashville Cooperative...