Urban Garden Project was founded by avid seed collector and garden educator, Charley Fisher. Her passion for finding rare, collectable heirloom seeds led her to create a seed share project with fellow collectors and small-scale seed farmers.
Since its inception, the team at Urban Garden Project have worked tirelessly in underserved communities to help their residents gain the knowledge they need to secure a food supply for their families.
Urban Garden Project hosts gardening classes, workshops, and lectures on a host of topics including patio and container gardening, heirloom seeds, seed saving, edible gardens, urban farming, companion gardening, and community garden management. We always welcome an invitation to speak at your garden club meeting or scout activity.
With your help, we will continue our mission to make gardening accessible. It is imperative that we work together to fight the epidemic of food insecurity and we welcome you to join us on our journey.