Green Thumbs and Big Hearts

Source: Wyoming Food for Thought Project, Facebook

What better way to improve your mind, body, and spirit than through getting outside to help grow nutritious food to share with your neighbors! Inspired to dive into the world of gardening? Learn new ways YOU can help provide local produce to your community!


No garden space? No problem!

Find plots with the Wyoming Food for Thought Project

Food is Free Gardens Gardens planted and maintained for you to come pick. For free. This is the perfect space for you to volunteer on your own terms. Help weed the community gardens, or provide tools and seeds to help keep the gardens going!

Community Garden Spaces Rent a garden plot for just $10 a summer.


Dabble with local produce

Workshops - Gardening and cooking workshops to help expand your skills.

Garden Curriculum for Youth - Find education programming for kids pre-K through 12th grade, and start them early on the path towards healthy eating and agricultural stewardship.


Grow just a little extra for your community! 

Help to fight food insecurity one garden at a time with the Wyoming Hunger Initiative. Set aside space in your garden for growing foods for your community. Find resources, educators, seeds, and grant applications to help boost your growth.


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