Community Greenhouse Projects…Where Connection Thrives
“In our everyday lives, we may accept change grudgingly. In the garden, however, we nurture and celebrate its stunning beauty. All gardens remind us that we are part of a larger universe.” – Lauri Brunton and Erin Fournier from The Sanctuary Garden.
In many parts of the world, neighborhood and community gardening is a popular way to both eat healthy, connect with one another and become educated on nature and gardening. However, this trend is just starting to become a popular reality in the United States.
Over the years, our larger Growing Domes have been a central piece for dozens of schools and communities in their garden project. The legacy of life offered there as a living classroom and a central hub of activity may now become a refuge for those who wish to grow locally, as the opportunity for organic food from far distances is reduced.