Freestyle Gardening

Freestyle Gardening Rob Greenfield Michael Scalli

Update:-  This was a 2014 tour.  It has already taken place.  It has been getting shared around the net like crazy though and I think people are thinking it is 2015.  Due to people being so excited about it though I hope to do it again, perhaps 2016.  For now just start planting food for yourself and others!!!

We’re spreading food gardens all over America and making food free, the way it used to be: naturally from the Earth.  We’re planting fruits, veggies, herbs, and wildflowers in and around your city, giving out free seeds, and funding community gardens and sustainability projects.  This is a grassroots movement that involves you!   Come plant with us anywhere along the tour, or reach out to us for free seeds or garden support in your area.  Read on for more!

The Freestyle Gardening Movement- “Putting free food everywhere”

We are on a mission to make food simple, free, and growing everywhere - in the cities and the countryside, at our homes and in our schools, in vacant lots and on open rooftops, down the streets and up the walls.  And once that fresh, healthy food is grown we want it to end up in your mouth!  Freestyle gardening is free of boundaries, business, and budgets.  Growing your own food and sharing with others puts the power back where it belongs, in your hands.  Quite simply the Freestyle Gardening movement is going to put free and healthy food everywhere!

We’re kicking off the movement with a grassroots coast-to-coast tour and we’re making it easy for you to grow the solution with us.  Rob Greenfield has cycled across America on his bamboo bicycle planting seeds along the way and Michael Scalli has created gardens and planted seeds with people like you  in select cities on the tour.  We aim to create 5+ community gardens, plant millions of wildflowers, freestyle plant tens of thousands of fruit and veggie seeds, and give away funds to help others take action.

We want you to plant something! Here’s how you can get involved!

Come plant with us - join up with us along the tour to plant some seeds of goodness in your community! We’ll be hosting some seed planting parties, community bike rides, and group gardening events.  Contact us to get involved or get something started in your city!

Plant on your own- If you want to grow food now your seeds are on us! Get a packet of  fruit and vegetables to grow for yourself and your community, or wildflowers to help the bees.

Start a Goodfluence Garden- A Goodfluence Garden is a place where food is free, healthy, organic, and sustainably grown.  Goodfluence Gardens create a culture that is less dependent on money and the industrial agriculture system that is currently harming our people, animals, and natural resources.  These gardens use recycled materials and are lead by resourceful people wanting to be a part of positive change in America.  Goodfluence Gardens can be at homes, schools, public spaces, businesses, basically anywhere that food will grow.  We’re eager to collaborate, gather motivated groups, organize quickly, and catalyze some good, sustainable gardening.

We want to help you grow food and we’re going to give you the information, inspiration, and money to do so.  Get in touch with us to plant with us, or on your own.  Email Michael@Goodfluence.com to get started!

Goodfluence Tour

Tour Schedule

Goodfluence Tour

*Hiatus to film TV Show

A Special Thanks to Nutritional Therapy!

Also… Goodfluence The Social Network – Coming Spring 2015

Goodfluence is the new social network where you do good and influence others to do good too. By good we’re talking actions that are beneficial to the Earth, your community, and yourself.  Simply through leading by example and sharing a photo of yourself in action you can create viral goodness using the power of social media. Imagine a news feed that inspires you and makes it easy for you to do good for the world.  Goodfluence is a community of positive thinkers and more importantly positive doers brightening each others day. 

Visit Goodfluence.com to learn more and download the app Fall 2014!

42 comments

  • Eileen Scalli June 3, 2014   Reply →

    This is a beautiful adventure of inspiration; filled with gardens, flowers and a revival of the kinship created when sharing food with ones neighbors. I love the journey you're on Michael and Rob.

  • Raven Roth June 9, 2014   Reply →

    I wish you were coming to Georgia.

  • Lucian Toma June 9, 2014   Reply →

    Great initiative – has great potential to be a sustainable one –

  • Sarah Degner Riveros June 10, 2014   Reply →

    Do you have time to stop in Indiana? We are in Valparaiso.

  • Emma Allen Shetler June 10, 2014   Reply →

    No Florida dates either. :(

  • Dana Denyer Settle June 24, 2014   Reply →

    I am SOO impressed with what you guys are doing- I would love to do this sometime! You are spreading literally LOVE across our nation! I will def spread the word! Keep it up guys!

  • Annette Halsted July 10, 2014   Reply →

    You Guys are Fabulous!!! Thank you for having the ability to see the need to educate people about growing their own food, about living within their means, about turning the TV off, talking to their neighbour, exchanging food, communicating, making a friend and producing living nutritious food that will make them feel wonderful. For our part it is not about asking you to come to us it is about doing it in our back yard and front yard and paying it forward.

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  • Derrick Trilliam September 9, 2014   Reply →

    Love the idea. Hopefully full attention is paid towards planting only native, as well as maintaining good soil conditions.

  • Jesse Sallak October 17, 2014   Reply →

    Dude, come to Niles, MI. Niles Community Gardens
    We're about 90 miles out of Chicago. How can I help? Please message me.

  • Laurel Bailey January 24, 2015   Reply →

    Hello, I think that you are starting something that will be totally awesome for everyone. Please consider sending me the seeds I would need to start my home garden. My available planting area us an acre. I wish y'all where headed to Dallas so I could participate physically with your project. Thank you for helping humanity. Laurel Bailey

  • Kristen Hardegree January 24, 2015   Reply →

    Y'all are coming to El Paso in June and I would love to be a part of what y'all are doing here!! There's hardly any organic food here and no one seems to care. I want to raise awareness in GMO free and organic food to the city. I have a passion for helping others and your mission has sparked a drive in me to make a difference for change in my community.

  • Cissy Budra January 24, 2015   Reply →

    As we are all scattered about the Country with many of the same goals this action comes as such Good News. By connecting in many ways we strengthen what each of us is doing individually or in small groups.
    Thank you for all you do.
    Peace and Abundance~Grammy's Potager

  • Christina Hauri January 24, 2015   Reply →

    I am so impressed with your project and ideas – so glad I found this article, your website, and your other social media sites. You are going through my city and I can't wait to see what your plans are when the time gets closer! Hopefully I can participate!

  • Rose Moussa January 25, 2015   Reply →

    Any chance of coming to the Fort Lauderdale, Florida area? Your mission is awesome and I'd like to join with you.

  • Charon Mangino January 26, 2015   Reply →

    I want to know more! I'm in Tennessee!

  • Daryl Conner January 28, 2015   Reply →

    What about Monsanto who will be controlling all the seeds now?

  • Ana Leiva-Mora January 28, 2015   Reply →

    This is an amazing project! It would be great for you guys to come visit some of the Hudson area towns in new York. I'm in Hastings and could use the help in our community garden! Gd luck during your travels.

  • Glenna Merriott January 28, 2015   Reply →

    This is how change comes about, we will still need farmers but just growing a small portion of your own food organically will make a big difference.

  • Kirsten McNamee January 28, 2015   Reply →

    Just a few miles north! Come to Hamilton Ontario!
    Bravo Guys!@ Inspiring

  • Cindy Cavender January 29, 2015   Reply →

    How about Palm Beach County Florida. I don't see the Southeast on your list. Love the movement would love to join in. We have a lot of farmers markets and green markets here this would be even more awesome.

  • Dhal Glad January 29, 2015   Reply →

    This is great. I'm a truck driver and I have been randomly planting seeds across the country. Good to see there are others

  • Laura Pendergast January 29, 2015   Reply →

    What happened to Florida? Doesn't look like any of us made the list. Definitely sounds like a cool idea for our East coast area of Central Florida!

  • Lisa Ann Deloury January 29, 2015   Reply →

    you can get seeds anywhere especially your local feed store or nursery!! eat local support local the movement is awesome for those city people !!! but truly just dirt and a seed is all u need can get anywhere and do anywhere living organic GMO free

  • Lisa Ann Deloury January 29, 2015   Reply →

    just get seeds from local nursery :) plant in dirt and there u go its super easy

  • Lisa Ann Deloury January 29, 2015   Reply →

    yikes rght

  • Darleene Rams-Santiago January 29, 2015   Reply →

    Lisa Ann Deloury Yes, anyone can do this with dirt and seeds (getting seeds from a local nursery is a great suggestion, thanks), but having the tour physically in town would have a great rippling effect on the community. Hopefully they can fit it into their already busy schedule.

  • Ellen Caffrey Garza January 29, 2015   Reply →

    Check out Cooperation Operation in Chicago.

  • Cislyn Blackwood January 29, 2015   Reply →

    Yes, anyone can do this with dirt and seeds (getting seeds from a local nursery is a great suggestion, thanks), but having the tour physically in the central CA valley would have a great rippling effect on the community. Hopefully you can see fit to drop by.

  • Linda Deso January 29, 2015   Reply →

    Awesome

  • Shari Steele January 29, 2015   Reply →

    You should start the movement in Canada

  • Shari Steele January 29, 2015   Reply →

    We are trying to get more edible gardens in school yards. It's hard for kids to get real food these days and so many parents are uneducated. These gardens give the kids an opportunity to eat real food all summer. It's a start!

  • Sylvia Prevost January 29, 2015   Reply →

    I could plant onions, my neighbor lettuce, his neighbor radishes and so on and on, we all share our crops and have the best non GMO healthy salads. What a great idea!

  • Lorrie Farris January 29, 2015   Reply →

    Love this idea and my husband and I would love to participate, but we are in Washington State. Sending seeds would be fantastic as we live in a 55 plus community and could easily share the harvest locally.

  • Rashadah Hasan January 29, 2015   Reply →

    What about coming to Birmingham Alabama!

  • Tamara Dobson January 30, 2015   Reply →

    Definitely buy organic and heirloom seeds! No GMOs!!

  • Shari Eisch January 30, 2015   Reply →

    Love it! See you in Milwaukee, WI

  • Constance Martha Taft January 30, 2015   Reply →

    You are inspirational! And so timely!!!! Power to the people

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