Garden Fare believes that a source of clean, fresh food and a space that provides peace of mind is a necessity of modern life – across the economic spectrum. In order to make our food gardens more financially accessible, we design gardens that will accommodate a range of budgets. We partner with sponsors who help to bring to bring those prices even lower for those who would especially benefit from a helping hand.
Movements for local, organic food can be alienating to certain cultural identities and communities. In fact, growing fresh, organic food at home and in their communities is something that regular people have been doing for thousands of years. Regardless of your background, eating fresh, uncontaminated food whose (local) source you can identify is likely a part of your own history and cultural identity. At Garden Fare, we try to reflect this shared heritage in all that we do.