Garden of Eden Urban Farming™
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  • We train technicians, managers and entrepreneurs in methods of soil-free gardening.
  • We expose students to a wide range of growing strategies, equipment and media.
  • We explore together how to make crop choices based on market research.
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Outreach, Advocacy and Project Development
  • We are motivated by social issues stemming from the urban food desert, consisting of communities that are poorly served by the US food distribution and marketing system and exacerbating a vicious circle of poor nutrition and economic decline.
  • We strive to build awareness and acceptance of healthy diets and local production.
  • We work to create and develop new economic engines in disadvantaged communities.
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Vegetable Production
  • Our current emphasis is on microgreens; our skill set extends to multiple methods of hydroponic vegetable cultivation.
  • We partner with growers and retailers in communities that are not well served by corporate grocery chains, where low incomes and inefficient transportation combine to lower the availability of nutritious fresh produce.
  • We operate urban, vertical farms independently or under contract with sponsoring businesses and non-governmental organizations.
  • Each local organization provides space, personnel and local networking. We provide guidance regarding capital formation, equipment, logistics, training, production, distribution and management skills.
  • Our working indoor farm supplies locally grown, fresh, nutritious vegetables at low cost to schools, charitable institutions and underserved communities in the central Puget Sound area.
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