Food justice plays an important role in creating equity for communities. Areas called "food deserts" are all over Houston, typically in low-income neighborhoods where access to supermarkets is as scarce as water is in the desert. According to data from the UT Health Science Center at Houston, large swaths of the city are considered to be food desert. Our farms are tools to help build capacity in communities and eliminate food insecurity. The farm is home to several free or no-cost programs and open to all. Contact us to learn more, partner or make a donation.
We provide opportunities for individuals, groups, and companies to do good through volunteerism.
All skill levels are welcomed. Join us and see what can be accomplished when you get an impassioned team to focus on change.
The Centers for Disease Controls reports we are now living longer and dying less. America's population of persons aged 90-and-older has almost tripled since 1980. As a result, we offer special services to any Houston resident in their 90s living alone. Contact us for more information.