Food growing at Proyecto Jardin is practiced as communal activity on communally shared land. Labor, land, and harvest are equitably distributed according to need and ability. We are caretakers of the land and the land takes care of us.
WHO: Priority enrollment goes to residents of Boyle Heights & surrounding East side communities.
FORMAT: In addition to weekly crop management duties, members participate in two Saturday meetings per month and contribute to general maintenance of common areas and shared resources.
TIME COMMITMENT: Minimum 4-month commitment from start date, Sept - Dec 2015. 5-10 hours weekly, or what ever it takes to be a Fierce & Positively Productive Farmer!
INCENTIVE: Participant benefits include access to a fair share of all fruits and vegetables grown at PJ and the satisfaction of sharing and trading your harvest with others.