Friday, July 13, 2012

Photo Friday - Micro Greens



The Tenderloin People's Garden sprouting a healthy crop of greens. Great example of a micro-size garden working on a community non-profit model. Occupying a tiny corner across from San Francisco City Hall and the Asian Art Museum, the garden is run by the non-profit Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation and distributes the 3000 pounds of fresh produce grown annually to local low-income residents for free. Read more about the garden from the organizers here or in the press here. Below the garden is shown outlined in red, in the upper center of satellite image (all the rest of that green is City Hall lawn!).


2 comments:

  1. What a great thing to be doing. 3000 pounds of produce for the people. Way to go. I love eating fresh vegetables and really like them. This is the site i always use to get my products.
    http://www.growingmicrogreens.com

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  2. People need to eat more fresh vegetables

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