Planting Seeds of HOPE is a not-for-profit initiative focused on developing community through urban agriculture and developing people through food justice programs. We take a collaborative approach, putting agriculturalists and food justice advocates in direct partnership with community organizations and local residents and especially teachers and students. No PSH farm or program is operated without integrated community involvement, and we share all of the responsibilities and reap all of the rewards, together!
PSH is headed up by urban professional with skills including urban planning, community organizing, project management, research and communications, strategic development, coaching and teaching, and more. We offer a transformative approach to community development through agriculture and food justice. While other community development organizations exist to serve communities, PSH exists to permanently transform them.
Planting Seeds of HOPE is an affiliated program of Fund for an Open Society (see Open Communities), a not-for-profit organization whose mission is creating and sustaining racially and socio-economically integrated communities.