Soil that Serves is a partnership opportunity for registered nonprofits, community gardens, farm to school programs and others of the like to join the roots of the food and education movement and receive our lowest soil cost opportunity. We encourage groups to apply that are creating changes in their community through education, food security and prioritizing soil and nutrient health.
If you are a nonprofit, community garden or school program and are interested in being considered to join Soil that Serves, or know someone who is, please fill out and submit our application or email email@example.com with any questions.
“Humans have the least experience with how to live and thus the most to learn – we must look to our teachers among the other species for guidance. Their wisdom is apparent in the way that they live. They teach us by example.”
– Robin Wall Kimmerer, Braiding Sweetgrass
Cloud City Conservation Center & Farm
est. 2014, est. 2017
The mission of the Cloud City Farm is addressing healthy food access challenges in Lake County and inspire stewardship of our natural resources through local food production, educational opportunities, and community engagement.
The Nature Connection
To provide programs in schools that get kids active and moving and building confidence to explore on their own. To empower families with programs throughout the year so they can to weave a love for the outdoors into the fabric of their lives.
Historic Montclair Community Gardens
A 22 plot community garden in the heart of Denver, growing food and making a weekly delivery to their local food bank with fresh, organic produce.
Manna – The Durango Soup Kitchen
The mission of Manna is to provide, in the spirit of faith and love, nourishing meals and supportive services in an atmosphere of acceptance and caring for those in need.
To enrich the lives of our community through sustainable urban agriculture.
Groundwork offers educational programs and publications that seek to shift the foundations of how we understand ourselves and our place in the world. We envision a just and sustainable future, founded upon respectful and reciprocal relationships between the land and all its
The Learning Council
The Learning Council is an educational hub for the North Fork Valley, connecting learners and educators to meet specific needs and empower personal growth. The outcomes of our programs encourage learners to give back to the community through service. Responding to the needs of our community we offer a variety of classes and learning opportunities for all ages and skill levels, continually broadening our course selection.inhabitants.
Red Dirt Collective
We are a group of like-minded individuals working to help our working class neighbors in Norman, Oklahoma through mutual aid, organization, social investigation, and friendship.
Food to Power
To cultivate a healthy, equitable food system in greater Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs, CO
We use sustainable agriculture to transform the lives of young people and increase access to healthy food in Garfield County.
Guidestone Colorado is dedicated to growing a vibrant agricultural future through education, community building and partnerships. Guidestone works toward this mission by providing Farmhands Education Programs, supporting school meals and garden education through our Farm to School Program, helping farmers find access to land and resources through the Colorado Land Link program, and bridging the past to the future of agriculture at the Hutchinson Homestead & Learning Center.
Montezuma Farm to School Project
Since its humble beginnings in 2009, MSTFP has focused its mission on providing integrated hands-on school garden classes in Montezuma County. What began with a farm field trip for forty Mancos students has grown to seven school gardens in all three districts providing engaging lessons at the crossroads of food production, resource conservation, and nutrition.
Delta County School District
The Delta County School District Farm to School Program works to promote healthy lifestyles with hands-on agriculture and nutrition education in the classroom and garden, create connections between classrooms, communities and local farms through field trips and summer programs, and increase access to healthy, local foods for all families. Serving 8 schools and 2,500 students.
Paradox Valley Charter School
Expanding their outdoor education model, they are including a garden program into their curriculum to foster knowledge, skills and the unique character associated with a love of the outdoor experience.