What a unique and fun Farmer's Market at Tivoli Village this past weekend with Urban Seed Foundation and the kids from Somerset Academy Losee!
Urban Seed Foundation is a nonprofit fundraising organization commited to providing access to fresh local produce and nutrition education to local at-risk communities. Our focus is on serving and educating our most critical community sectors including pre-natal single moms, pre-k-12th grade students living in food desert areas, homeless teens and rehabilitating veterans.
We ollaborate with like-minded community partners to fund local food access and nurtition education programs with an emphasis on practical food decision making skills, food preparation skills, and food growing skills. Our programs include funding school gardens in Las Vegas, student run farmer's markets, STEAM curriculum in public and charter schools, and hands-on learning in other community hubs where at-risk citizens congregate.
Currently, we are partnered with Garden Farms Foundation to support ongoing curriculum, new gardens, youth fitness, nutrition and education programming throughout the Las Vegas valley.
Your generosity empowers us to look beyond the challenges of food insecurity and inspires our full effort into creating healthy solutions for the many in need Nevadans we serve together. We are deeply humbled and privileged to be a source of food access and nutrition education in Las Vegas -- the community that is in the center of our mission.
We will keep you updated on the exciting progress. Please support Urban Seed Foundation in Las Vegas today! Every dollar counts. Please donate generously.
Annmarie Feiler | Co-Founder and Executive Director
Garden Farms Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, dedicated to
enhancing garden programming in various underserved communities as well as
schools from Pre-K through college campuses all across the Las Vegas valley. We
work to enrich our community with farm-to-table events, educational curriculum,
environmental awareness, art integration, nutrition education, farmers markets,
healthy movement classes, produce donations and more. This, paired with
hands-on garden lessons, provides the people of today access to the food
security of tomorrow.
Garden Farms Foundation currently serves:
● 48 Schools
● 4 Youth-Specific Community Gardens
● 1 Large-Scale Community Garden
● 19 Small-scale Cooperative Gardens (Senior Centers, Veterans Village etc.)
● Approximately 18,500 Children/Youth
● Approximately 12,000 Adults
Number of Food Cultivation Education Classes Expected:
● Approximately 2,750 per year
Number of events hosted annually including festivals, farmers markets,
community classes, etc.
● Approximately 180
It takes a community to grow our gardens, and we couldn’t have done this great
work without YOU! We are ever-grateful for all of our amazing sponsors, partners,
and donors that support our school and community garden programs.