• Garden
    July 31, 2014

    Social Justice

    Jessica Petrone I have found a passion for the more specific field of Horticultural Therapy, particularly as means to serve individuals experiencing h...
  • Santa Cruz Homeless Garden Project helps sustain its programs by selling produce at a farm stand and through a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) group.
    July 31, 2014

    Social Justice

    Julie Brothers & Lee Glenn The mission statement of the Homeless Garden Project of Santa Cruz, Calif. Declares, “In the soil of our urban farm a...
  • food shift logo
    July 31, 2014

    Sustainability

    Steven Saint Where is your next meal coming from? If you’re like most middle-class Americans, you don’t give it much thought. You’ll pick up foo...
  • The Sunrise Garden Project seeks to connect homeless and mentally ill people with the therapeutic benefits of growing food for the community.
    July 31, 2014

    Social Justice

    Steven Saint Two years ago, the PPJPC began advocating for a “Rich Farm” – a sustainable farming environment where homeless and mentally ill peo...
  • Jimi Hummer (Adidas T-shirt) and the delegation from Christian Peacemaker Teams catch a little shade under the Tent of Nations.
    July 31, 2014

    Non-violence

    Jimi Hummer Three days in Palestine/Israel and I’d heard three stories: two of bereavement and despair, one of hope. Hope for a just peace, hope for...
Garden

Social Justice

Jessica Petrone I have found a passion for the more specific field of Horticultural Therapy, particularly as means to serve individuals experiencing homelessness. While I am by no means an…

Santa Cruz Homeless Garden Project helps sustain its programs by selling produce at a farm stand and through a Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) group.

Social Justice

Julie Brothers & Lee Glenn The mission statement of the Homeless Garden Project of Santa Cruz, Calif. Declares, “In the soil of our urban farm and garden, people find the…

food shift logo

Sustainability

Steven Saint Where is your next meal coming from? If you’re like most middle-class Americans, you don’t give it much thought. You’ll pick up food for your kitchen or pantry…

The Sunrise Garden Project seeks to connect homeless and mentally ill people with the therapeutic benefits of growing food for the community.

Social Justice

Steven Saint Two years ago, the PPJPC began advocating for a “Rich Farm” – a sustainable farming environment where homeless and mentally ill people could live, work in the fresh…