ABOUT OUR ORGANIC GARDEN

 

We convert unused city land into sustainable organic community gardens. We provide access to healthy organic vegetables made available in the food desert areas in our community to help raise health levels of our
neighbors.

 

We desire to change the way our city looks at healthy food for better health for all.
We want to promote the community to eat fresh, healthy, affordable, and easy to access
vegetables. At the present time Global One Urban Farming has four different organic garden locations in Kansas City, Missouri. 

Our program is connected with the Kansaas City Missouri School Board where we have Urban Farming Clubs teaching the scholars the greenhouse proess of growing vegetable plants.

 

We have come to know our neighbors and our neighborhoods, which has helped us identify those who need fresh food. We reach out to seniors, veterans, to church groups and
neighborhood organizations. We supply bags of fresh organic vegetables to elderly citizens’
homes free of charge. We are Anthony and Staroyce Nealy, a married couple who started with
tomato plants in their own backyard, and by January 2009, were tilling, planting and harvesting 
66,000 square feet (1.5 acres) of inner-city reclaimed and repurposed land.

SERVICES

Get involved with the planning of upcoming health event fundraisers which includes lots of fun garden games, live entertainment, food and drinks, onsite therapeutic chair massages, other games like tetherball, horseshoes and baseball competition games. Our events and fundraisrer will be updated and posted on our facebook page

 

Just had our first greenhouse constructed with the help of volunteers.  We are currently in  the process of building a much larger greenhouse at 4401 Cypress to accommodate donations of food to our seniors, veterans, youth and families in the community.  This is why we need your donations.

STARTER HERB  VEGGIES

Come delight yourself with herbs like lemon balm for anxiety for insomnia, spearmint for removal of women's facial hairs, fresh basil for digestion, eucalyptus, lavender and many other medicinal herbs to heal the body naturally. These are all grown naturally with no herbicides or pesticides.

MARION KAUFFMAN SCHOOL

URBAN GARDENING CLUBS

Kauffman is located at 6401 Paseo, Kansas City, Missouri 64131
 

The mission and goal of Global One Urban Farming having School Garden Clubs is to teach students the greenhouse process of producing vegetable and flower plants from seeds, and how to grow vegetables in indoor and outdoor organic gardens. 

 

The Garden Club is special because it teaches students in the Kansas City, Missouri urban core, who might not have otherwise had the opportunity, the knowledge and skills in urban agriculture to grow and maintain healthy organic vegetables and create sustainable vegetable gardens. 

 

The Garden Club also grows in containers throughout the year. Students take home plants that they have grown themselves. Students  learn benefits there are to cook with the plants they’ve grown in the classroom.  We also make presentations to parents, teachers, school community on what they’ve learned.

  • The Garden Club works with scholars in the inner city urban core that might never have any agricultural learning or knowledge of eating healthy organic vegetables produced by their own hands!

  • Most of our urban neighborhoods are considered food desert areas. The Garden Club can be a step toward changing that fact, which can be so important ultimately to these students in the urban core.

  • The Garden Club teaches students how to create sustainable organic community vegetable gardens in the midst of these deserts for their own good and their community’s good.

  • The Garden Club aims to teach students the full and complete process of how to produce organic vegetables and flowers in the greenhouse and in outdoor gardens within a full school year.

We are teaching the students how to produce a large volume of vegetable and flower plants. We teach the process from seeds, to plants to harvest. We also teach students how to produce plants in the greenhouse.

 

The Garden Club offers student gardening activities all year around.  Each quarter of the year will feature different course activities: 

 

  • Germination of Vegetable and Flower Seeds 

  • Transplanting and Greenhouse Care Skills 

  • Outdoor Gardening Tasks

  • Outdoor Organic Gardening 

 

Classes have included germination lessons using this curriculum-based education program: (https://kidsgardening.org/lesson-plans-germination-exploration/) and a separate program as well that teaches drying herbs and making herbal teas: (https://kidsgardening.org/lesson-plans-grow-your-own-herbal-tea/). 

Global One Urban Farming established a partnership with the KCMO School District Volunteer Department, and organized the first Gardening Club program at ACCPA in 2013.  

 

The Garden Club activities begin January 4, 2013. Our Garden Club activities take place daily throughout the school year. The Garden Club is an all year-round gardening program.

Garden productivity is how we know we have succeeded. Our program has produced thousands of vegetable plants and flowers that are grown and harvested and used for fundraisers and used at free outreach services to help feed those in need. Our success is measured through our productivity and how many students we are able to teach. 

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