• Current Projects

    Mount View Youth Services Center Vegetable Garden
    Mount View Youth Services Center: 7862 West Mansfield Parkway Denver, Colorado 80235
    Participation in this garden is closed to the public. This garden is dedicated to the benefit of the Mount View youth.

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Littleton Community Orchard
    A few years ago, we decided that having a community vegetable garden program was not enough to reach the greatest number of individuals in need. To help answer that call, we planted an orchard filled with various types of trees, grapes, strawberries, and (annually planted) melons. The goal is to have self-renewing source of food for those in need to gather as they need it and when they need it.

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Community Vegetable Gardens
    5890 South Alkire Street, Littleton, Colorado 80123

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Saving the Bees!

    We have recently added multiple bee hives to our Orchard, allowing us to provide honey to local families struggling with seasonal allergies, and promote the sustainability of God's little helpers!

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Community Orchard

    Our Community Orchard is our pride and joy. Located on the Southeast corner of 5890 S. Alkire St. in Littleton, CO. Our orchard provides fresh, organic fruits for those in need.

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Southern Gables Church

    The community garden located at Southern Gables Church in Littleton, CO. has provided fresh produce to feed many people in need.

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Normandy Elementary School

    The community garden located at Normandy Elementary School has given children the opportunity to learn sustainability and healthy eating. In the first year, the garden offered over 200 pounds of produce!

    Current Projects
  • Current Projects

    Current Projects We are happy to announce our new project for 2016, a combination orchard and garden at Level 3 communications in Broomfield, CO.

    Current Projects

Planting gardens & orchards to help feed people.

garden,gardens,community garden,food for people,kids gardens,grow food,vegetable gardens

Bountiful Harvest!

The purpose of the Community Orchard and Garden is to provide for those in need and to promote the benefits of growing your own fresh, locally grown fruits and vegetables in an urban environment. Apples, pears, plums, peaches, and more thrive in our area if cared for correctly. Community projects, such as the orchard, help to improve people’s access to a healthy, affordable, and sustainable food source, and to improve community food security.

Get to know your neighbors!

Get to know your neighbors!

The orchard and garden offers the perfect opportunity to spend quality time with your family in the outdoors. This is a great opportunity to provide families with the knowledge and means to grow their own fresh produce and thus control their own food security.

Get to know your neighbors. The orchard and garden help to bring the community together through cooperative care of the fruit trees and the garden plants.

Grow your own low cost fruits and vegetables to save money in these tough economic times.

orchard,community orchard,plant fruit trees,fruit,fruit trees,grow fruit,

This is the start of something BIG!

Nutritionists recommend that we eat five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. By harvesting your own, you can ensure that you have the freshest food available. Growing your own food has been shown to reduce stress and offers the added health benefits of exercise, fresh air, and peace and quiet

By growing in our own community, we cut down on the energy and emissions that would otherwise be used to transport food to the local supermarkets.

Gardening skills are developed by growing your own food. Moreover, food production is an ecological and sustainable means of economic development that addresses both hunger and hopelessness.
Develop the local production of fruits and vegetables and to provide community food security.

Teaching & Education

Youth EducationFeeding Many recognizes that urban gardening offers a wonderful opportunity for lifelong learning. The Community Orchard and Garden offers a range of educational opportunities and events.

The orchard and garden are designed as a demonstration area where people can learn about growing fruit trees in small urban spaces while ensuring that the orchard receives proper care. It also encourages healthy eating by raising awareness about the origins of our food.

The Children’s Gardening Program is an in-school and after-school program to help children and youth learn about and enjoy the benefits of gardening. Children are introduced to food production, nutrition, composting, ecological awareness, and preparing the food they grow. The purpose is to delight and engage children in the wonders and beauties of making things grow, of learning to save our environment, and to spread this knowledge to others.

Produce for the People is

gardeners growing food for local people in need.

A lush, growing community garden.

A lush, growing community garden.

Individuals can donate produce from their own gardens or assist in the community garden plots.

This allows gardeners to provide an even greater benefit to the community.

  • Plant extra in your garden plot for the hungry.
  • Help with the garden plots in the community gardens.
  • Donate a percentage of produce from your garden.
  • Volunteer to deliver produce to local food agencies.
  • Donate to Feeding Many, Inc. for the development of the community garden.
  • Encourage your fellow gardeners to donate their extra produce.

Social Media Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com