COMING SOON

Thank you for your interest in The Seeds of Change Grant Program.
The program officially begins on Monday, Mar 02, 2016, so please check back soon to enter.
We look forward to receiving your submission and the opportunity to help your garden grow.

COMMUNITY GARDEN

Sankanac CSA

BY: Brendan T

Phoenixville, PA

HOW WOULD YOU USE THIS GRANT TO HELP YOUR COMMUNITY?

Camphill Village Kimberton Hills (KH) is home to the first biodynamic farm in the U.S. and became one of the first Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farms in the country. Sankanac CSA supplies vegetables to over 100 people who live in the village, as well as 250 families in the area. As part of KH’s mission to contribute to the wider community, the Sankanac CSA’s goal is to increase its capacity to be an educational resource for people of all ages and abilities who are interested in learning about sustainable farming practices. Training the next generation of farmers is a priority. Sankanac CSA apprentices and volunteers are fully immersed in an intentional, life-sharing Camphill community, where they live and work alongside of adults with developmental disabilities. A grant from Seeds of Change helps us provide unique opportunities for people of all ages and walks of life to learn farming alongside people of all abilities, developing sensitivity for the land and for each other.

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New this Year!

A $5,000-VALUE "Garden Ambassador Award"

If you submit the application for one of the four projects selected for a $20,000 grant, you'll get a special "Submitter's Reward" worth $5,000*! This reward will consist of:

  • An all-expense-paid trip to the Good Food Conference in Chicago, including expenses.
  • A mentorship with a gardening expert.

It's our way of thanking you for taking an active role in supporting sustainable gardening and helping your community or school.

*Full legal terms here.