urban sustainability training
Faith, Hope, and Unity Gardens of Detroit helps build gardens for young families, seniors, preschools and churches that are handicapped accessible. We partner with schools, churches, other local and national non-profits to educate the community about social justice in the food system, healthy food education, local organic gardening, along with holding cooking classes. We help feed the hungry and have distributed over three tons of fresh food to the hungry since 2007.
Urban sustainability training in Detroit. Past workshops lead by: Sepp Holzer, Larry Santoyo, Keith Johnson, Scott Kellogg, Heather Flores, and Suzanne Scoville. Learn More ≥
A community educational garden in partnership with spirit of hope church. We focus on food security in the city of Detroit and creating a long term space for the LGBTQ community in North Corktown. Learn More ≥
A healthy soil project focused on remediating our toxic legacy: community composting reducing the local waste stream. Learn More ≥