36 plot community garden located in the heart of the Museum District neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. The garden is
36 plot community garden located in the heart of the Museum District neighborhood of Richmond, Virginia. The garden is made possible by Tricycle Gardens, Ellwood Thompson’s Natural Market, City of Richmond, generous friends and volunteers.
BusFarm’s focus is on sustainable urban agricultural initiatives, including an urban agriculture-training center that will train youth and adults how to grow healthy soil, food and communities. Striving to inspire and motivate people into action, BusFarm aims to provide the resources that help individuals take responsibility to sustain their communities. The BusFarm urban farm re-connects people back to the [...]
This garden has a number of unique and interesting features. It is mixed use – some beds can be rented for a low cost by the semester or year. Faculty, staff, and students renting these beds can grow their own organic fruits and vegetables, make use of free shared tools, and have access to free [...]
Work began February 2010 on a ½- acre parcel in Manchester, at the corner of 9th & Bainbridge Streets. It is Richmond’s first urban, year-round, highly productive farm. In addition to providing healthy food access to the surrounding neighborhoods, the farm serves as a living classroom where both adults and youth can learn about the topics [...]