Plant-Grow-Share, a project of Central Area Neighborhood Development Organization (or CANDO), has been providing materials and knowledge on urban gardening throughout the neighborhood since 2015. Plant-Grow-Share consists of three main parts: assisting new gardeners, community bonfires, and the little free farmers market.
The gardens are put to bed for the year. Thank you for a wonderful 2018! Please check back in Spring 2019 for information on how to work with us.
LEARN TO GARDEN
Each year, Plant-Grow-Share hosts a season-long program for new gardeners as well as workshops and classes open to the general public
Join us for our monthly community bonfires on the 3rd Sunday of the month (May through October)
Little Free Farmers Markets
Volunteers harvest fresh organic produce from our Plant-Grow-Share gardens, then set up at different locations in Central Neighborhood to share food with the community.
About Our Program
Over the past three years, Plant-Grow-Share has:
Helped 46 families grow food in their backyards
Harvested 650 pounds of fresh produce
Distributed this food to 450 people
Donated 4,100 seedlings to schools, community gardens, non-profits, volunteers, and participant gardens
Logged 1,500 volunteer hours
Provided elevated raised beds when needed for access