We had a big week bringing 18 planters to the Western Slope for four garden spaces! It took a team of support leading up to the trip.  Loading/pre-building and preparing for the trek was a learning and growing experience to say the least. Final building and inserting water hookups took an additional two days once we were there.

When I started this business a year ago I had no idea the IMPaCT it could have. On me, my family and community. I feel so blessed to be in a position to not only help people pursue a healthy backyard hobby but provide GOOD FOOD to local families. I’m thrilled that my daughter can see first hand what hard work is and meet the AMAZING people (women!) we build for.

Sara is one of those people. Generous, talented and a great friend. We had the the honor of being neighbors years ago when living in Denver and now she is a doctor on the western slope.  This amazing woman selflessly volunteers her time at the food bank of Grand junction and connected us with them with a generous donation to bring a beautiful garden space to their new facility! We are excited to return in in the future to help complete the space transformation. A joint donation from Sara, us, and a local Ace hardware will help show local families first hand how they too can create sustainable garden spaces that provide good for their families!