In response to the many consequences of COVID-19 on the environment and global food system, UGW is promoting regenerative solutions near and far.
In a California community affected by the destruction of wildfires since 2018, Vecino Victory Garden is promoting food security and power.
Our food system is failing both our health and our local economies, but it’s not too late to repair it. First, we have to acknowledge the challenges.
Plant Based Utah turned their attention toward food access in 2020 during the pandemic. Now, they’re incorporating sustainable food production.
With the help of a CNS grant, Solar One reconnects people with food, the climate crisis, and a “living laboratory” of regenerative urban permaculture.
Downtown Greens provides youth-centered food-education programs. In 2020, they adapted to their community’s needs by addressing food insecurity.
SEED: The Untold Story tells the story of the planet’s most powerful resource: seeds. Learn about five crises our planet is facing and some practical and empowering actions we can all take.
In America, food access is a game of economics, fueled by racial discrimination. We must call the problem for what it is: not a food desert, but food apartheid.
Julialynn Walker is providing the community with resources and tools for starting a garden. Education is a key component in providing her community with healthier nutritional options.