Food is Free Tacoma Washington
The Food is Free Project is a worldwide movement of people growing and sharing food freely.
In Tacoma, we are a food-sharing organization that advocates for front yard gardens and sharing among neighbors. Our Mission is to grow community and food while helping gain independence from a broken agricultural system.
Tacoma Urban Farm
Tacoma Urban Farm is a charity garden of 4,200 sq. ft. and growing. The beginning of The Food is Free Project, the garden was started by founder David Thompson with the intent to produce enough food for his family and neighborhood while also supplementing local food banks.
Food is Free Washington
Launching in February of 2020, Food is Free Washington is a nonprofit that serves as a fiscal sponsor for the local Food is Free chapters across Washington state.
By teaming up with other local organizations such as Harvest Pierce County, our impact on cutting back local food product waste and building community is made by leading gleaning teams, hosting cider pressing events, leading workshops and sharing knowledge via seminars.
The Food is Free Project is doing amazing work in areas that are food insecure.
- Volunteers and Supporters
Existing and upcoming Gardens for the People
Food is Free 253 builds front yard and parkway vegetable gardens for all the neighborhood to see. Gardens for the People make a statement that you are taking your food security into your own hands. Gardens and sharing tables give neighbors a reason to congregate and communicate with each other, building strong community and safer neighborhoods.
In 2019, we established more gardens throughout the city. On the map, Red locations are existing gardens, Blue locations are gardens to come, and Green locations are chapter headquarters.
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6515 Tacoma Ave S., Tacoma, WA
(253) 677 – 8848