The Cooperative Gardens Commission has launched a public campaign to increase community food production in every community. Our aim is to connect those with food-growing resources — including seeds, soil, tools, equipment, land, labor, and knowledge — with those who lack such resources, and ultimately to get as much land as possible producing food during this time of uncertainty. 
Growing food is not easy, especially for first-time growers, so we urge any of you who can help your neighbors grow food to signup here
Before beginning to help your neighbors, or receive help, you must read these important Health & Safety Guidelines for sharing resources and community gardening.

last updated: May 26, 2020