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We inspire people to grow quality, local food in beautiful systems that support the ecology, encourage the economy and improve human health.
Grow Where You Are is a dynamic full service social enterprise in the field of local food systems. We partner with organizations and individuals to bring food abundance to communities and those who value real food. We design, install, and maintain multiple public and private spaces where food is produced using Agro-Ecological principles. We have been training residents in this dynamic form of urban agriculture for over ten years.
Grow Where You Are LLC is a social enterprise that is committed to providing Agro-Ecology training and life skills workshops to evolve urban dwellers into global stewards. We are currently
partnering with organizations, institutions and individuals to plant
fruit orchards, develop farms and assist in ecological restoration in areas that enhance the health, economics, and environmental benefits by creating local food abundance systems. Grow Where You Are created the Good Shepherd Agro Ecology center in the heart of Historic West End, Atlanta. Since 2012, we have been building a robust 3-acre farm-to-market site that has served as a research, teaching and training
facility dedicated to increasing ecological sustainability and food justice. Our volunteer work at the site has produced over 15,360 lbs of food, served over 8,260 people with healthy food options and facilitated over 144 service groups.
With the succes of the Good Shepherd Agro-Ecology Center and the support of our partners, GWYA is now developing the Awali Veganic Homestead Education Center near Stone Mountain, GA. Awali is an East African word meaning The Source. This site hosts veganic agricultural workshops, community feasts, and an organic seed library, all on a 5 acre food forest that GWYA is developing
Grow Where You Are is a team of vegan farmers and food justice activists doing revolutionary work in the areas of food sovereignty, ecological restoration, vegan outreach and education, and animal-free growing techniques.