Community gardens are a great way to increase your community's access to fresh food + increase food security. This is also a great way to build your community, get to know those around you, and learn from one another.
Community food forests encourage people to think in terms of abundance and inspire neighborhoods to act on their own behalf. They promote a culture of sharing, stewardship, and nature-centered health.
Community Food Forest
Front yard gardens are a great way to build community! Not only is it a great use of space, but it is a great grass replacement.
Added bonus - seeing food growing often creates a trickle-down effect - inspiring others to plants and grow their own food.
Front Yard Gardens