Swarm Rides are our biweekly community events where we bike from plot to plot at our front-yard farms in Audubon Park, Orlando, FL.
In keeping with our mission of empowering all generations to grow food, we open our Fleet Farmlettes to the community for free farming events every 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month. We also have a quarter-acre farm plot in West Orlando where we encourage volunteers to help us tend to every Friday morning.
By involving the public in growing food on our plots, we are maximizing the opportunity to educate as many people as possible in urban agriculture, and knock down barriers and misconceptions that come with gardening and plants.
There’s no such thing as a “green thumb,” and we want people feel confident and secure in spending time outside in nature tending to the healthy food they can grow themselves. Not only does this make us self-sufficient, but it replenishes our connect to nature and the Earth.Click here to see all our recurring events.
We host private team-building Swarm Ride events as a service to promote corporate wellness, and offer companies and organizations the chance to get active outside and learn about growing food. This supports our mission of empowering all generations to grow food and increasing healthy food accessibility to all communities.
Enjoy the beautiful Florida weather and have a team-building bonding experience unlike any other, all while positively impacting our community and our planet.
Take the next step and have your Private Swarm be the start of a brand new sustainable agricultural journey. In addition to having a great team-building experience, you can can feel proud to have your organization be a leader of environmental action.
There are are hundreds of schools in the Central Florida area in need of an after-school garden to serve as an outdoor classroom and gorgeous gateway to learning about growing food, nature, and the environment.
We’ve partnered with companies like Toyota and T-Mobile to mobilize their teams as volunteers in building and expanding community gardens at schools, churches, assisted living communities, hospitals, shelters, and more.
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