Learn how the first Food is Free Project sprouted in Austin, TX and how you can get started with your own #foodisfreeproject
It's easy to start, plant a garden in your front yard and start meeting your neighbors.
Gather your neighbors and the (free) resources needed to line your block in community gardens. Organize over a potluck.
Learn techniques like wicking bed gardening to make growing food easy and inspiring. Line your block in front yard gardens and share the harvest.
Grow food in your gardens along with new relationships with your neighbors through your Food is Free project, and let the ripple continue to inspire others.
“Never underestimate your power to inspire and affect your community around you. Even the smallest of acts can really ripple out.” - John VanDeusen Edwards, Founder of Food is Free Project