Demonstration Gardens

Demonstration gardens are the teaching gardens. These gardens serve as learning landscapes and are a collection of plants assembled and organized in a way that allows people who visit the garden to access them and study them.

School Gardens

One of the ways Environmental Stewardship is shown at a younger age is via a school garden. Through school gardening, students become responsible caretakers. They have an opportunity to engage in agricultural practices on a small scale and learn about the responsibilities and impacts of land cultivation.

ADA Therapy Gardens

Gardening is widely known as a healthful activity for the body, mind and spirit. It provides an enjoyable and leisurely activity for a growing number of people in the United States.

Community Gardens

Community Gardening includes back yard vegetable gardening, container gardening, gardening with edible accents, children’s gardens, herb gardening, hydroponics, and therapeutic gardens.


Increase Physical Activity

Increase Fine Motor Skills

Reduce Stress, Promote Serenity

Glean to Those in Need

Encourage Social Interaction


5+ Active Garden Sites

60+ Participants

5+ Gleaning Stands

Amenities: Butterfly Garden, Cooking

Growing: Sweet Potatoes, Mango, Oranges, Jalapenos, Radish, Lettuce, Squash, Zucchini, Starfruit


RCMA Home Daycare

Habitat for Humanity

UF Family Nutrition Program

UF Master Gardeners

Naples Botanical Garden

Cultivate Immokalee Youth

Lipman Family Farms

FSU Alumni Association

Florida State Center for Child Stress and Health

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