Since the fall of 2017, both adult and youth students across west Orlando – from Holden Heights to Parramore to Pine Hills – have participated in Cycles and Sprouts, an urban gardening and bicycle repair educational program funded by the Aetna Foundation. It is one of many health and wellness projects that were awarded funding… Continue reading Cycles and Sprouts
In May 2018, over 100 student volunteers from Rock Bridge Community Church in Northern Georgia came down to Orlando and partook in a series of action days in partnership with United Way. They aided Fleet Farming and Orlando Permaculture in revitalizing Audubon Park Covenant Church’s beautiful grounds. The students were a massive help in clearing… Continue reading United Way Volunteers From Rock Bridge Church
Ever wanted to transform your lawn into an edible garden? Edible Landscapes is here to help you make your garden dreams a reality. Edible Landscapes is an edible landscaping service of the Fleet Farming 501(c)(3) non-profit program that builds raised garden beds and food forests fitted with drip-irrigation. Each installation is tailored to the function… Continue reading Edible Landscapes is Here to Upgrade Your Lawn
Toyota Executives from New York to Japan joined together to grow food for children hungry for a school garden by supporting Fleet Farming with the funds to build a school garden at a 100% free and reduced lunch school, Catalina Elementary in Orlando, Florida. After a long day of building, planting, and working together, we… Continue reading Toyota Funds Edible School Garden at Catalina Elementary
Pedal Powered Urban Agriculture For All. What is Fleet Farming? Fleet Farming is an urban agriculture program of the 501(c)(3) non-profit and accredited NGO of the United Nations, IDEAS For Us. Fleet Farming transforms lawns into farms in the mission to increase local food accessibility while creating a healthier, more connected world. Fleet Farming was… Continue reading What is Fleet Farming?