Planting Justice works to address the structural inequalities embedded in the industrialized food system, transforming the food system one garden at a time. In the last 10 years, PJ’s team has built over 450 edible gardens throughout the Bay Area, empowering hundreds of people to grow their own food. Now, Planting Justice is cultivating urban farms and training centers that will dramatically increase the scope and scale of this work.
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On Thursday, March 18, Insight Garden Project will deliver the opening presentation at Yale School of the Environment’s Social and Ecological Infrastructure for Recidivism Reduction Virtual Conference. In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we found creative ways to meet the needs of people in prison and out. IGP shifted to a correspondence-based curriculum, expanded our […]