Final push to support SWAG Project #FundSWAG

Click here to make your contribution to our vanguard Newark Ag Project – South Ward Agri-Garden (SWAG) Project.

Even your small contribution goes along way toward our sustainable agriculture and youth development practices. We are investing in infrastructure that will decrease our costs each year, and we are training new youth interns to help us operate the farm in the future. So your dollars go beyond just 2015, and they go beyond just farming – they are community and people development through urban agriculture and food justice programs!

We only have one month to go – so don’t wait!

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SWAG Project needs your contribution to become self-sufficient and sustainable in 2015. Even your small contribution of $25 goes a long way at SWAG! We are investing in new infrastructure to save seeds, water, and make our own compost – and we are investing in youth and the future by training new sustainability and operations interns to be future leaders of the project.

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We are just a short month away from our Spring season! If you would like to learn more about volunteering and our upcoming plans for 2015 please send us an email at



Final two Community Cafe meetings of 2014!

Don’t miss out on building your community connections (and having a great time!) with your neighbors this Holiday Season!

Community Cafe: Philadelphia

Saturday, November 22, 2014
5:30 – 7:00 pm
5800 N. Marvine St., Philadelphia, PA 19141


Saturday, December 27, 2014
5:30 – 7:00 pm
5800 N. Marvine St., Philadelphia, PA 19141

Please feel free to contact Eric Dobson at 856-952-5917 if you have any questions.

Be sure to check back regularly for updates. Visit our Facebook page for the latest information and events.

SWAG Project + More

New farms added to the Planting Seeds of Hope Network!

Lincoln Park Church Facade Farm
PSH Newark are the urban agriculturalists helping to restore LPCCD’s (link to Church Facade event space by planning, building and managing their farm program. With help from PSH, Integrity House and other neighborhood friends, the farm is going to be off an running in 2015, supplying a CSA (community supported agriculture) system for local residents!


Broad and Clark “Green Revolution”
In 2015, PSH Newark, Newark Science and Sustainability, the Greater Newark Conservancy and others will be upgrading and enhancing this great North-Newark community space to include more programs (and more food!) for local residents. More details to follow next spring.