The revolution starts in the garden. Your garden.
Let's reverse climate change together! Reversing climate change starts with local, organic agriculture. Permaculture, Soil, Carbon, Aquaponics, Master Gardeners, Canning, All relevant areas of expertise to help us transform global environmental issues.
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At Alfrea, our core mission is to make fresh, organic, sustainably grown food available to all. We help people find space to garden and raise livestock, and we connect growers to experts who can help them succeed. We also aim to create a space where people can share conversation and information that supports their efforts. Here’s how:
Across America and around the world, like-minded people are hosting events designed to educate and inspire others on our collective journey to a sustainable future. Here at Alfrea, we aim to collect all of these events in one place. Whether you’re homesteading in Maine or market gardening in California, you’ll find something here for you. From climate change protests and heirloom seed swaps to canning classes and urban gleaning expeditions, we post all kind of events on our calendar. Post yours today.
On the Alfrea blog, we aim to share relevant information that supports and encourages our members as they grow their own food. We write about pressing environmental issues, and we give you practical solutions you can implement in your own garden. If you’re concerned about colony collapse disorder, we help you plant flowers that support bees; if you’re wondering how to have that first conversation with your land sharing partner, we provide suggestions. Have an idea? Email us! Check out the blog today.
This website helps both land owners and land operators learn about alternative lease arrangements and includes sample written lease agreements for several various situations. Ag Lease 101 was created by and is maintained by the North Central Farm Management Extension Committee. You can contact them through their website for additional information.
The Garden Justice Legal Initiative at the Public Interest Law Center of Philadelphia and 596 Acres in Brooklyn, NY came together in late 2012 to start developing Grounded in Philly and collaborate on making vacant space available to communities in Philadelphia.