Photo: Alexa DeLisle Photography
The teaching farm at the Verdi EcoSchool is an outdoor classroom where students learn about topics in sustainable agriculture, botany, horticulture and ecology. It is also home to the Eau Gallie Arts District (EGAD) Community Garden where members of the community can volunteer to help to cultivate a food producing urban oasis on a 1/2 acre plot of land at the center of the district.
HELP US GROW!
Cultivating a sustainable food producing farm is a community effort and we welcome volunteers who are willing to jump in and get dirty! Join us on volunteer workdays or register your interest to be part of a core group of volunteers who are helping to shape an innovative vision of urban agriculture in EGAD!
We are a non profit 501(c)(3) that accepts tax-deductable donations of native and/or edible plants and seeds, soil, mulch, and gardening tools. We also accept monetary donations to support upcoming projects: greenhouse, irrigation, signage.