Youth Leaders
Nourishing Community

SO MUCH MORE THAN A FARM

Urban Roots works with youth leaders to grow fresh food and build a community dedicated to achieving food equity.
 

Grow

Urban Roots provides young leaders with paid opportunities to grow food, learn new skills, and make a difference in their community. If you are a young person who’s excited to grow your leadership skills and get your hands dirty, or if you know one, join us!
YOUTH FARM PROGRAMS

Engage

Volunteers on our farm can expect to get their hands dirty and help us get work done. Since Urban Roots youth participants are the ones leading volunteers through challenging farm work, they receive a unique opportunity to grow their skills in public speaking and project management.
VOLUNTEER

Nourish

Here at Urban Roots, we believe that everyone can make a difference. Each year, young people, volunteers, and community leaders unite on our farm. Together, we grow between 25,000 and 35,000 pounds of fresh foods, and distribute at least 75% of this to 12 food access agencies across Austin.
OUR IMPACT
Tour de Farm 2024 Rescheduled

Wednesday, May 15, 5:30 – 9 p.m. @ Meanwhile Brewing + Urban Roots South Austin Farm3901 Promontory Point Dr, Austin, TX 78744 UPDATE: With the highest regard for the safety for our participants and staff, we must reschedule Tour de Farm for Wednesday, May 15 at Meanwhile Brewing. The rescheduled event will take place from […]

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  • Call for vols! Grow with us, touch the earth, and feel the warm sun on your skin. Join us on the farm working alongside youth leaders and new friends while helping to grow food for your community.⁠
⁠
We have open volunteer spots in July, so bring a buddy or make it a soulful solo adventure! Follow the link in our bio to register today.⁠
⁠
Photo Credit: (c) 2023 Arazelly Alcazar. Photo courtesy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
  • We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
  • 🎶Don’t stop us now 🎶 To our queer friends of the farm, join us for a good time at our Queer Safe Space Day! 🕺⁠
⁠
Join us and our community, to enjoy food, music, company, nature, a makers’ market, clothing swap, and more! Allies can join us on any other volunteer days, but the farm will be a closed safe space centered on coming together and sharing connection for our LGBTQIA+ friends on this day (if you are questioning, you are welcome).⁠
⁠
Embrace fun in the sun with your neighbors! Event is free, but please register by using the link in our bio.
  • 🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠
⁠
🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠
⁠
We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
  • 🏆 We recognized some very special partners at our Tour de Farm event this year with our first-ever community awards! To celebrate the commitment that @heb has shown to Urban Roots’ mission, we are honored to name them our Community Partner of the Year. ⁠
⁠
🥬️ H-E-B has supported us by donating funds, sharing resources, and showing up with talented leadership on our board of directors, with an unwavering commitment to boosting our programs. ⁠
⁠
🧤 H-E-B folks are no strangers to our farms, coming out to volunteer their time and labor working alongside our youth leaders! ⁠
⁠
Our work relies on community involvement and reciprocity. We’re grateful for H-E-B for believing Central Texas deserves a more equitable food future and helping us work toward it today.⁠
⁠
📸 by Nicolle Ramia
  • We are H-O-T-T-O-G-O for Queer Safe Space Day on Sat., June 22, 9 a.m. to noon!⁠
⁠
There will be food, music, a clothing swap, a makers market, and good vibes while in queer community! This is a closed event to protect the space, and we thank allies for respecting that. Those who are questioning are more than welcome to come. ⁠
⁠
Dress for the summer farm with light and sun/insect protective clothes and bring water/a refillable bottle. Register for free at the link in bio – we’re so excited for a fun and celebratory day!
  • 🏆 At this year’s Tour de Farm, we celebrated our first annual community awards by recognizing some very special partners for all that they contribute to helping us work with youth leaders toward greater food equity in Central Texas. ⁠
⁠
First up, we were honored to share the stage and name @goaustinvamos (GAVA) as our first-ever Food Access Partner of the Year, recognizing their ongoing commitment and invaluable contributions to our community. To name just a few highlights of this work with Urban Roots:⁠
⁠
💚 GAVA staff and resident leaders have been visionary and essential in getting produce distributed from Urban Roots to our neighbors in Dove Springs and into Southeast Austin since 2020. ⁠
⁠
💚 Erica Reyes, Food Justice Leader and Organizer, is generous with her time and knowledge and comes to the farm often to talk with youth about her work with GAVA and our work together.⁠
⁠
💚 GAVA has helped facilitate a smooth transition through sharing knowledge and resources, making it possible for Urban Roots to take direct food distribution “in house” with our new Hojas program this spring (read more soon!). ⁠
⁠
We look forward to many more years, projects and celebrations alongside our friends at GAVA as we all work toward a more just and joyful food future in ATX! ⁠
⁠
 📸s by Nicolle Ramia
  • 📸1. Our Volunteer Ambassadors can’t be beet 🥰 2. In fact, they’re simply out standing in their field 😁  Drop an emoji in the comments to cheer them on as they harvest alongside our farm team for this week’s community produce shares! 💚
Call for vols! Grow with us, touch the earth, and feel the warm sun on your skin. Join us on the farm working alongside youth leaders and new friends while helping to grow food for your community.⁠
⁠
We have open volunteer spots in July, so bring a buddy or make it a soulful solo adventure! Follow the link in our bio to register today.⁠
⁠
Photo Credit: (c) 2023 Arazelly Alcazar. Photo courtesy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Call for vols! Grow with us, touch the earth, and feel the warm sun on your skin. Join us on the farm working alongside youth leaders and new friends while helping to grow food for your community.⁠ ⁠ We have open volunteer spots in July, so bring a buddy or make it a soulful solo adventure! Follow the link in our bio to register today.⁠ ⁠ Photo Credit: (c) 2023 Arazelly Alcazar. Photo courtesy of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠
⁠
Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠
⁠
👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
We recently said a warm goodbye to our spring Food & Leadership cohort. We’ll miss them dearly, though we’re grateful to have shared time together and for the energy and love they gave to each other and land while growing veggies for their neighbors. Our programs coordinator, Bianca, described the Fellows’ nine-week program as “slayful” and full of “precious laughs” and wishes them “peace, strength, and happiness in all their endeavors.”⁠ ⁠ Thank you for growing with us, Spring Food & Fellowship leaders – we look forward to seeing where you go from here!⁠ ⁠ 👀📸 swipe through for so much 💚+ inspiring farm work, learning + fun!
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🎶Don’t stop us now 🎶 To our queer friends of the farm, join us for a good time at our Queer Safe Space Day! 🕺⁠
⁠
Join us and our community, to enjoy food, music, company, nature, a makers’ market, clothing swap, and more! Allies can join us on any other volunteer days, but the farm will be a closed safe space centered on coming together and sharing connection for our LGBTQIA+ friends on this day (if you are questioning, you are welcome).⁠
⁠
Embrace fun in the sun with your neighbors! Event is free, but please register by using the link in our bio.
🎶Don’t stop us now 🎶 To our queer friends of the farm, join us for a good time at our Queer Safe Space Day! 🕺⁠ ⁠ Join us and our community, to enjoy food, music, company, nature, a makers’ market, clothing swap, and more! Allies can join us on any other volunteer days, but the farm will be a closed safe space centered on coming together and sharing connection for our LGBTQIA+ friends on this day (if you are questioning, you are welcome).⁠ ⁠ Embrace fun in the sun with your neighbors! Event is free, but please register by using the link in our bio.
1 week ago
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🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠
⁠
🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠
⁠
We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠
⁠
🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠
⁠
We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠
⁠
🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠
⁠
We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠
⁠
🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠
⁠
We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠
⁠
🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠
⁠
We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
🌸 May was a month of abundance, joy and the fruits of hard labor here at Urban Roots, with our ongoing spring harvest capping off the vibrant, green season. ⁠ ⁠ 🐝 Thanks to our incredibly hard working farm team, youth leaders and volunteers, we harvested thousands of pounds of potatoes and shared 5,119 pounds of produce with our community last month. In addition to growing a LOT of food, these are some of our most diverse produce shares to date (basil, bell peppers, carrots, cucumbers, green tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, potatoes, serranos, shishito peppers and summer squash, YUM!). Big props to our farm team for expanding what and how we grow through listening to community feedback – and, as always, giving a lot of love and attention to detail. ⁠ ⁠ We’re feeling, sharing and growing the love, and are proud to be able to share farm fresh foods with our neighbors 💚⁠
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🏆 We recognized some very special partners at our Tour de Farm event this year with our first-ever community awards! To celebrate the commitment that @heb has shown to Urban Roots’ mission, we are honored to name them our Community Partner of the Year. ⁠
⁠
🥬️ H-E-B has supported us by donating funds, sharing resources, and showing up with talented leadership on our board of directors, with an unwavering commitment to boosting our programs. ⁠
⁠
🧤 H-E-B folks are no strangers to our farms, coming out to volunteer their time and labor working alongside our youth leaders! ⁠
⁠
Our work relies on community involvement and reciprocity. We’re grateful for H-E-B for believing Central Texas deserves a more equitable food future and helping us work toward it today.⁠
⁠
📸 by Nicolle Ramia
🏆 We recognized some very special partners at our Tour de Farm event this year with our first-ever community awards! To celebrate the commitment that @heb has shown to Urban Roots’ mission, we are honored to name them our Community Partner of the Year. ⁠ ⁠ 🥬️ H-E-B has supported us by donating funds, sharing resources, and showing up with talented leadership on our board of directors, with an unwavering commitment to boosting our programs. ⁠ ⁠ 🧤 H-E-B folks are no strangers to our farms, coming out to volunteer their time and labor working alongside our youth leaders! ⁠ ⁠ Our work relies on community involvement and reciprocity. We’re grateful for H-E-B for believing Central Texas deserves a more equitable food future and helping us work toward it today.⁠ ⁠ 📸 by Nicolle Ramia
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We are H-O-T-T-O-G-O for Queer Safe Space Day on Sat., June 22, 9 a.m. to noon!⁠
⁠
There will be food, music, a clothing swap, a makers market, and good vibes while in queer community! This is a closed event to protect the space, and we thank allies for respecting that. Those who are questioning are more than welcome to come. ⁠
⁠
Dress for the summer farm with light and sun/insect protective clothes and bring water/a refillable bottle. Register for free at the link in bio – we’re so excited for a fun and celebratory day!
We are H-O-T-T-O-G-O for Queer Safe Space Day on Sat., June 22, 9 a.m. to noon!⁠ ⁠ There will be food, music, a clothing swap, a makers market, and good vibes while in queer community! This is a closed event to protect the space, and we thank allies for respecting that. Those who are questioning are more than welcome to come. ⁠ ⁠ Dress for the summer farm with light and sun/insect protective clothes and bring water/a refillable bottle. Register for free at the link in bio – we’re so excited for a fun and celebratory day!
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🏆 At this year’s Tour de Farm, we celebrated our first annual community awards by recognizing some very special partners for all that they contribute to helping us work with youth leaders toward greater food equity in Central Texas. ⁠
⁠
First up, we were honored to share the stage and name @goaustinvamos (GAVA) as our first-ever Food Access Partner of the Year, recognizing their ongoing commitment and invaluable contributions to our community. To name just a few highlights of this work with Urban Roots:⁠
⁠
💚 GAVA staff and resident leaders have been visionary and essential in getting produce distributed from Urban Roots to our neighbors in Dove Springs and into Southeast Austin since 2020. ⁠
⁠
💚 Erica Reyes, Food Justice Leader and Organizer, is generous with her time and knowledge and comes to the farm often to talk with youth about her work with GAVA and our work together.⁠
⁠
💚 GAVA has helped facilitate a smooth transition through sharing knowledge and resources, making it possible for Urban Roots to take direct food distribution “in house” with our new Hojas program this spring (read more soon!). ⁠
⁠
We look forward to many more years, projects and celebrations alongside our friends at GAVA as we all work toward a more just and joyful food future in ATX! ⁠
⁠
 📸s by Nicolle Ramia
🏆 At this year’s Tour de Farm, we celebrated our first annual community awards by recognizing some very special partners for all that they contribute to helping us work with youth leaders toward greater food equity in Central Texas. ⁠
⁠
First up, we were honored to share the stage and name @goaustinvamos (GAVA) as our first-ever Food Access Partner of the Year, recognizing their ongoing commitment and invaluable contributions to our community. To name just a few highlights of this work with Urban Roots:⁠
⁠
💚 GAVA staff and resident leaders have been visionary and essential in getting produce distributed from Urban Roots to our neighbors in Dove Springs and into Southeast Austin since 2020. ⁠
⁠
💚 Erica Reyes, Food Justice Leader and Organizer, is generous with her time and knowledge and comes to the farm often to talk with youth about her work with GAVA and our work together.⁠
⁠
💚 GAVA has helped facilitate a smooth transition through sharing knowledge and resources, making it possible for Urban Roots to take direct food distribution “in house” with our new Hojas program this spring (read more soon!). ⁠
⁠
We look forward to many more years, projects and celebrations alongside our friends at GAVA as we all work toward a more just and joyful food future in ATX! ⁠
⁠
 📸s by Nicolle Ramia
🏆 At this year’s Tour de Farm, we celebrated our first annual community awards by recognizing some very special partners for all that they contribute to helping us work with youth leaders toward greater food equity in Central Texas. ⁠ ⁠ First up, we were honored to share the stage and name @goaustinvamos (GAVA) as our first-ever Food Access Partner of the Year, recognizing their ongoing commitment and invaluable contributions to our community. To name just a few highlights of this work with Urban Roots:⁠ ⁠ 💚 GAVA staff and resident leaders have been visionary and essential in getting produce distributed from Urban Roots to our neighbors in Dove Springs and into Southeast Austin since 2020. ⁠ ⁠ 💚 Erica Reyes, Food Justice Leader and Organizer, is generous with her time and knowledge and comes to the farm often to talk with youth about her work with GAVA and our work together.⁠ ⁠ 💚 GAVA has helped facilitate a smooth transition through sharing knowledge and resources, making it possible for Urban Roots to take direct food distribution “in house” with our new Hojas program this spring (read more soon!). ⁠ ⁠ We look forward to many more years, projects and celebrations alongside our friends at GAVA as we all work toward a more just and joyful food future in ATX! ⁠ ⁠ 📸s by Nicolle Ramia
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📸1. Our Volunteer Ambassadors can’t be beet 🥰 2. In fact, they’re simply out standing in their field 😁  Drop an emoji in the comments to cheer them on as they harvest alongside our farm team for this week’s community produce shares! 💚
📸1. Our Volunteer Ambassadors can’t be beet 🥰 2. In fact, they’re simply out standing in their field 😁  Drop an emoji in the comments to cheer them on as they harvest alongside our farm team for this week’s community produce shares! 💚
📸1. Our Volunteer Ambassadors can’t be beet 🥰 2. In fact, they’re simply out standing in their field 😁 Drop an emoji in the comments to cheer them on as they harvest alongside our farm team for this week’s community produce shares! 💚
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