Knowing how to grow food is an important step toward developing a locally-owned food system that builds sufficiency and community power.

The more we understand about growing and preparing food, the healthier we are.  

The Food Shuttle maintains two urban gardens: a demonstration garden on Geer Street in Durham and a community garden on Camden Street in Raleigh. These locations engage citizens in growing techniques, food production, bee pollination, and health education.

Food Shuttle Learning Gardens

Camden Street Learning Garden

315 Camden Street, Raleigh, N.C.

Located in the Southeast Raleigh Food Desert, the Camden Street Learning Garden is a green space in the middle of a city where kids, families and individuals can be in nature and grow food to nourish their community.

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Geer Street Learning Garden

110 Geer Street, Durham, N.C.

Packed into only a quarter-acre lot in the heart of Durham, the Geer Street Learning Garden is building resilient community connections and engaging people of all ages in the powerful act of growing local food.

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