Promoting Sustainable Best Practices Through Collaborative and Educational Efforts Sustainable Florida advances the vision of sustainability by identifying, supporting and communicating best management practices — those which protect and preserve Florida’s environment while building markets for Florida’s businesses by enhancing … Read More
Grocery shopping doesn’t have to be a chore. We believe in a conscious kitchen. The ingredients you choose for your cupboard not only impacts the meals you cook, but the world around you. We have high quality organic grains, seeds, … Read More
The Clara White Mission has been serving veterans, low income and the homeless for more than 100 years. Currently, the Mission provides breakfast to over 500 people daily. In addition, the Mission provides licensed vocational training in culinary and janitorial … Read More
We are a small family owned and operated farm, located on Normandy Blvd on the Westside of Jacksonville. Our first growing season was winter of 2014, and we’ve been working the fields since then. We produce a wide variety of … Read More
BORN IN 2014, CONGAREE AND PENN BEGAN AS A TINY RICE FARM. Since then, we’ve grown from 4 acres of rice paddies into a thriving farm of orchards and animals. Congaree and Penn boasts the largest (and youngest) Mayhaw orchard … Read More
Traders Hill Farm is a sustainable aquaponic farm whose produce grows faster, tastes better, lasts longer and wastes nothing.
Celestial Farms grows healthy nurturing children by demonstrating the physical, emotional, social, intellectual and spiritual benefits of farming. By caring for animals, children will learn about unconditional love and responsibility. In the gardens, children will learn how to be self-reliant … Read More
The UNF Frederick & Ophelia Tate Ogier Gardens is an outdoor classroom for students to explore multiple disciplines. Students learn about sustainable vegetable & fruit production, processing and preparation.
To supplement the fruits and vegetables offered in our pantries, in April 2013, we built BEAM’s Grace Garden, a 6,000 sq. ft. production farm with fifty-nine 4’ X 12’ raised beds, 8 fruit trees, a fence full of raspberries on … Read More
North Florida School of Special Education’s Transition students and Post-Graduates have embarked on a new horticulture journey to provide the greater Jacksonville community with organic fruits, vegetables and herbs grown right here at NFSSE on our campus farm, Berry Good … Read More