After careful deliberation of the applications, we have selected 22 gardens for our 2021 Gardens for Good grants.
With so many deserving applicants and amazing stories about local community garden impacts, it was challenging to choose only 21 gardens to receive our grants, which is why we added an extra at the last minute! Our 2021 winners are all nourishing communities with their organic gardens in a unique way. We are excited to have this partnership with you and we can’t wait to see how your gardens flourish.
Looking ahead to 2022:
Thank you to all the gardens who applied for Nature’s Path Gardens for Good Grant over the years. We were happy to see all the impactful garden initiatives that are giving communities access to organic food. Thank you for your generosity and hard work! We encourage you check our website often and invite you to apply for the Gardens for Good grant in 2022 once we announce the details.
Plant it Forward®
We are constantly inspired by the incredible organizations that have won our Gardens for Good grants in the past. They are making big change in their local communities, and it is a true privilege to support them and further their work.
Past Grant Recipients
Each of these remarkable organizations shares our vision to provide organic food for those who might not have access to it, and we are honored to have them as partners to make change, plant it forward®, and leave the earth better than we found it.
- AfriThrive Garden – Silver Spring, MD
- Alief Community Garden – Houston, TX
- Arcata Community Health and Wellness Garden – Arcata, CA
- Arma Community Garden – Arma, KS
- Ashamaawaso (s/he feeds a child) – London, ON
- Black Urban Farmers Association – French Camp, CA
- Cheyenne River Youth Project Winyan Toka Win Garden – Eagle Butte, SD
- Cowichan Green Community’s The Inclusion Garden – Duncan, BC
- Food Strong Learning Garden – East Cleveland, OH
- Galiano School Garden – Galiano Island, BC
- Gardeneers Piccolo School Garden – Chicago, IL
- Harris Health System’s LBJ Hospital Community Farm – Houston, TX
- Jubilee Community Garden Society – Duncan, BC
- Manna Meal Community Garden – Charleston, WV
- Mohawk Seedkeepers – Ohsweken, ON
- Odyssey Charter School Garden – Wilmington, DE
- Painted Turtle Farm – Gettysburg, PA
- South Los Angeles Community Farm – Los Angeles, CA
- The Ben Jones Community Garden at The HUUB – Orange, NJ
- The Gathering Place Garden – St. John’s, NL
- The Healing Garden at Ferry Lane Farm – Simsbury, CT
- Trellis for Tomorrow – Phoenixville, PA
- The Michigan Urban Farming Initiative
- Tri-Isle Resource Conservation & Development Council – in Kahului, Hawaii
- rare Charitable Research Reserve – in Cambridge, Ontario