Community Gardens Spreading Across USA!

Community gardens are spreading across the USA! The community garden movement started in the early 1900’s. Today there are over 18,000 community gardens in the USA and Canada! From urban cities to small towns, they are helping the grow-your-own-food movement to flourish.

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Lupii Cafe- Zero Waste Cafe in Vancouver

40% of all food in the USA and Canada is wasted, largely due to cosmetic standards and arbitrary dates. Lupii Cafe is Vancouver’s first zero-waste cafe where you can enjoy a delicious and affordable meal that’s environmentally and socially responsible.

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Rob Greenfield’s Simple Sustainable Apartment

Want to see what my life was like 3 years ago when I still lived in a “normal apartment”?
I think many of you may find this more relatable and achievable than living in a tiny house or with just 111 possessions so I’m really excited to share this with you!

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Swale Floating Garden

This is Swale, the floating garden that travels through New York City. Built on an old barge once used for hauling sand, it now travels to food deserts where there’s little access to fresh food. People can come aboard and pick healthy food for free!

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The Food Bank Garden

Welcome to the Food Bank Garden! Many food banks across the USA are lacking in fresh produce and many don’t offer locally grown, organic fruits and vegetables at all. But the Port Townsend Food Bank Garden is setting an example to strive for using land in the community that would have otherwise have gone unused.

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Green Riders- Good Deeds on Bikes

The Green Riders are a group of everyday people who came together for a common purpose, to make the world a greener and more sustainable place!
On May 29th 2017, approximately 30 people met in Central Park of New York City to embark on a cross country ride together to Seattle, Washington.

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Brian Blum- The Sustainable Daddy

Meet Brian Blum, a busy dad with a full time corporate job, who still makes time to create a sustainable paradise in San Diego. He has a small house on a small lot but manages to do a lot with it. He grows healthy, organic food for his family and has planted close to 20 fruit trees, which are part of his permaculture food forest.

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