What We Do


We work with schools, community gardens and nonprofits to provide educational workshops and programs to increase access to agricultural technologies.


We provide job training and workforce development to the populations we serve who are looking to begin a career in ag-tech.


We assist urban farmers with resources and consultation on how to design, implement and maintain sustainable food systems.

Our Impact to Date

Includes all participants of our:
  • • Educational (In-School &/or SYEP students)
  • • Job Training (Underserved Youth)
  • • Internship (Subsidized Employment)
  • • Apprenticeships (Alumni) & Workshops

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Participants Served

Includes internal or self-placed paid employment opportunities, averaging at $24.50/hour:
  • • Gig or contract Employment
  • • Part-Time/Seasonal Employment
  • • Paid Internships, Externships, and Apprenticeships
  • • Full-Time and/or Salary Employment

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Job Placements Secured

Includes community gardens, mini-farms located in high schools and spaces located outside of NYC. Includes food systems or greenspaces that we have supported through:
  • • Farm Design Services
  • • Food System Build/Implementation Support
  • • Maintenance Services
  • • Technology Support
  • • Talent Sourcing
  • • Operations & Resource Development

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Greenspaces/Farms Built

Aggregate from job training, internship and network placements

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Average Hourly Wages of Alumni

Our Partners

Soulful Synergy

Oko Farms

What Now Works

The Knowledge House



CUNY Tech Prep

The Point Cdc

Green City Force

Mi Oh My Farms




National Youth Employment Coalition

Compost Power

GROW Externships

Powered By

Bronx Community Foundation

Clif Bar Family Foundation

The Claneil Foundation


Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation

NY Women's Foundation

The Pinkerton Foundation

The Roberts Enterprise Development Fund (REDF)

The Sea Cove Foundation

WellMet Philanthropy at the NY Community Trust

Women of Color Sustainability Collective

Workplace Progress Program