Our Gardens

Our Gardens

Gardens are much more than just soil and plants. They are a living classroom, a wise guru, and a fitness class, among many other and possibly, more important things. What we learn and take away from gardens is transformative as adults, but for children, gardening establishes the way they will think about food, life and nature throughout their lives.

At Forget Me Not Farm we offer a full cycle, seed-to-table program incorporating composting, soil composition, seed and plant identification, planting, cultivation and harvesting, and garden-to-table nutrition education. Project HOME (Healthy Organic Meals and Education) was created to introduce the importance of eating fresh fruits and vegetables to the at-risk youth we serve. All children in our programs take weekly produce deliveries from our therapeutic gardens home with them – regardless if they live in a group home, a homeless shelter, or with foster parents.


Our Location

Visiting & Tours

If you are interested in having a private tour of the farm please contact us to coordinate an appropriate time. The population of children the farm serves mandates that we keep the farm a safe and secure environment while they are here, and we appreciate your understanding and accommodation in making the appointments to visit our program.