You Can Grow Food Here

Sign up to get access to a local community garden leader here to help 100% of the way.

We are part of a very cool web of life – it’s time to reclaim that.

Pushing a few seeds into the ground and offering it some food and water, reconnects us to this web. It is the beginning of a wonderful new life (this last sentence feels like a bit to much, we don’t want them to think their whole life is going to change maybe something about reclaiming simplicity, we could tap the current mood)

We learn about a life that is regenerative and resilient. A life that enriches the earth and helps other beings thrive. Think about all the bees you can help!!

Let’s face it – Gardening is becoming a craze in these uncertain times for a reason!

It not only plugs you back into a simplicity that feels good it has been shown to:

And hey, it probably would make your granny proud of you and help your kids learn about life.

A snapshot from Ron Finley’s amazing urban garden. Anything that can hold some soil can be used to start growing stuff!
Photo from For the Wild

You don’t have to go at this alone. There is a community that wants to support you.

Here’s what to do next if you’re interested in starting a garden or getting help with your existing garden:

Sign up below and we (Kim & Jeff) will personally help you get started right now.

By signing up you are joining a new tribe of people that want to restore the link between what we eat and where it comes from. There is so much excitement happening now in the local gardening and farming community and we want you to join us on this journey.


(Remember, There is no minimum size requirement to become a farmer)

You Can Grow Food Here

A snapshot from Ron Finley’s amazing urban garden. Anything that can hold some soil can be used to start growing stuff!
Photo from For the Wild

Your Garden Leaders

Kim Simons
Beachs, Toronto, Canada

I met Jeff through… he’s a cool person.

Jeff Matteis
Cranston, Rhode Island, USA

I met Kim through through The Happy Body mentor program. In addition to being a wonderful role model, she has an amazing ability to find and connect with some of the wisest thought–leaders of our generation. She taught me all about the health benefits of gardening and encouraged me to start my first garden.

Together we are redefining and expanding the meaning of community supported agriculture. Now go back up and sign up to join us!