Our civilization needs a lot more structure for growing our own food.
That’s our top objective at Homegrown:
Empower people everywhere—especially high-risk communities—to raise their own healthy, fresh food.
Not everyone needs to be a gardener. Many people, myself included, love to garden but are grossly incapable of feeding ourselves predictably. 😅
While other organizations focus on teaching people to garden, which is great, we see a unique opportunity to provide successful hobby gardeners with additional resources and support to grow an extra crop for their communities each season.
These highly productive hobby gardeners can scale themselves to lead a nationwide food revolution. And they want to. I’ve exchanged messages with many of these folks through Facebook groups, who say they’d love to work on more land and teach folks if they had access to it.
With more resources at their disposal, residential gardeners could become our country’s primary source of healthy nutrition and help revive a culture of victory gardens, community homesteading, and basic needs met for all.
We aren’t building a “unicorn” company—we’re building a moringa.
Homegrown is an Arizona nonprofit on a mission to create food sovereignty—that means a local food system that people own and operate ourselves, to be truly free.
If you’d like to join the project in some way, simply fill out the form below or email me at [email protected]. 😌