We manage nearly 50 community vegetable gardens by providing technical assistance and supplies. We work with neighborhood residents, tenant associations, block watches, social service agencies, schools, youth groups, and the elderly.
Through providing guided walks and workshops we enhance the impact of our preserves and gardens by providing educational opportunities that reinforce the importance of conserving land in an urban environment.
We have acquired approximately 80 acres of land which will remain publicly accessible open space. These habitats include tidal wetlands, coastal upland forest and grassland, traprock ridge, riparian forest and fresh water wetlands.