The Garden Project
Our Mission: We offer food, connection and skill building to people interested in growing resilience and supporting equitable food justice through a community garden project centered in practicing relationship to all life. Our Vision: The Garden Project is a place where we come together in reverent cultivation of growth. We hold equitable food justice as central to resilience, and seek to resource communities through collective sharing of food and skills. As bodies touching ground, relationship is central to all that we do. We practice deep listening - to the land, to the plants, to the ancestral knowing we move with, to our embodied awareness, and to one another in remembered cycles of connection, creation, and harvest. As we grow together we practice learning, unlearning, reckoning, and repair. We strive to nurture sovereign and reciprocal systems of nourishment in right relationship to the Land and to the Land’s rightful inhabitants, the Abenaki People. From the individual to the collective, the Garden is a place where we ground to plant and tend the seeds of our resilience.