We are dedicated to empowering individuals, groups, and organizations serving people within historically marginalized communities and communities with high rates of poverty in creating sustainable agriculture while incorporating garden education through building community sustainability awareness; partnering with community and green industry organizations; strengthening social/emotional development and well-being, and; nurturing independence through experiential learning and garden-based education, while inspiring future leaders to support green initiatives.
BGP IN THE NEWS
ARTICLES / FEATURES
NJ.com • Garden Gate Magazine • The Guardian • The New York Times •
The Green Cities • The Natural Farmer (NOFA) • The Spruce • NJ Department of Agriculture • Martha Stewart Living • TreeHugger • The Philadelphia Inquirer • The Courier Post • NJ Health Initiatives • Press of Atlantic City • Civil Eats • New Jersey School Boards Association • Burlington County Times • Horticultural Society of South Jersey
BOOK MENTIONS / CONTRIBUTIONS
• The Foodscape Revolution by Brie Arthur
• Practical Organic Gardening by Mark Highland
• The Complete Guide to Seed & Nut Oils by Bevin Cohen
EQUITY & INCLUSION
Our emphasis is to provide food security for underserved communities who have limited access to high-quality food resources.
The Bullock Garden Project welcomes all people from across the world: People of all races, religions, gender identification, sexual orientation, physical abilities, pronouns, veteran status, political service or affiliation, color, national origin, etcetera.
"Humanity, like a garden, thrives best with the richness diversity brings." - Sonya Harris
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