Grow

Sustainable Urban Farming

GROW

Planting the seeds today that will make our community grow tomorrow.

Growth is fulfilled in a multitude of ways including, but not limited to, community involvement, spreading awareness, planting crops, and more. We want to not only increase awareness, but to be part of the solution. The Food Lab would like help others to develop gardens or even start farming while promoting agriculture across various regions by buying fresh ingredients, selling fresh produce to boost the local economy, and demonstrating how to incorporate it in meals. Some of the ways this goal can come to fruition is through farmer’s markets, bartering with other farmers, and growing and sourcing food for catering. Every community can benefit from this. If your neighborhood is interested in a new community garden project, but lacks access to the tools and resources needed to start, contact us today for a free consultation.

Community Urban Gardening

The Food Lab seeks to establish gardens all across the city in the surrounding communities in areas that have difficulty in easily accessing fresh food, or even in places that just would like to strengthen their community.  Do you think your neighborhood would benefit from a new community garden project? Contact us to find out what we can do for you.

FARMING SUCCESS

Organization, soil/plant education, planning, patience, are just a few of the many skills that are needed to become successful in farming. In my journey I have done a little growing on my own and spent a summer growing with a local farmer. I attended and completed the Ohio Ecology Food and Farm Associations (OEFFA) Beginning Farmer Program and The Ohio State Urban Master Farming Workshop Series in the same year. I am an aggressive learner and have become studious to the business and practice of farming. With the addition of a whole year of training under the Microphone Project I have been preparing and learning the necessary skills and experience to take on the development of this farm.  

Interested in your own sustainable garden?

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Mansfield, OH 44903