Our NONPROFIT work focuses on installing EDIBLE GARDENS FOR INSTITUTIONS AND PUBLICLY ACCESSIBLE PARKS.

People's relationship with plants is important and has the potential to make our communities healthier and more resilient. We build edible gardens and plant fruit trees at institutions such as schools, community gardens, community orchards, prisons, hospitals, parks, houses of worship, refugee camps etc. 

Imagine a public park with hundreds of fruit trees, berries, colorful murals, interactive art creations, medicinal herb gardens, raised beds, social spaces, educational programming, and community engagement. This is our vision - help us make it happen!

Regarding our tree and installation donations, we're most interested in supporting low-income neighborhoods, children involvement, a community that will care for the trees, and/or an educational component. If you want to fund a project we already installed or a future project, you're welcome to donate through our website and all donations go toward fruit tree or garden installations at a local institutions.  

We're passionate about connecting people with nature and spreading the joy of harvesting abundance from regenerative edible landscapes. To date, we donated over 97 fruit trees and $34,000 worth of time and materials and we're in the process of starting a 501(c)(3).  We partner with other local and national organizations and are actively pursuing funding and sponsorship to effectively address food security.

WE VALUE: HEALTHY PEOPLE, UNIVERSAL ACCESS TO HEALTHY FOOD, SHARED COMMUNITY GARDENS, FOOD SECURITY, IMPROVING SOIL HEALTH, URBAN BEAUTIFICATION, GARDENS THAT INSPIRE, COMMUNITY EDUCATION, REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE, FRUIT TREES, PERMACULTURE, CONNECTION TO NATURE, PUBLIC GARDEN ART, LONG TERM FOOD PRODUCING SYSTEMS!

MAKE A DONATION TO OUR NONPROFIT

 HomeHarvest donated this public Community Orchard and park, which features 50+ fruit trees, hundreds of medicinal herbs, edible berries, and picnic tables. Located in Arlington MA, off Brattle Court (near the bike path and behind the self storage building). Thank you to the MWRA for providing the land and support. Please enjoy and harvest the fruit when they're ripe!

HomeHarvest donated this public Community Orchard and park, which features 50+ fruit trees, hundreds of medicinal herbs, edible berries, and picnic tables. Located in Arlington MA, off Brattle Court (near the bike path and behind the self storage building). Thank you to the MWRA for providing the land and support. Please enjoy and harvest the fruit when they're ripe!