Locally Grown Organic Vegetables Right to your Table

 

Three Sisters Gardens is a 501(C)(3), nonprofit organization bringing community members together to grow food and lives.

 

 

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Our Goals

Three Sisters Gardens’ main goal is to give back to the community by inspiring and empowering youth through gardening. Like the Three Sisters legend of companionship planting, Three Sisters Gardens believes that our communities can begin to heal and thrive when all components, the youth, adults and elders are working together as one.

 

Community Garden

Farmer Incubation

Coming soon….

Bringing the entire Community together to share knowledge and grow.

Serving as a vehicle for youth education and development, the Youth Farms will engage school-aged children from the Yolo communities with food production and teamwork.

Additional Three Sisters Gardens projects and locations coming soon.

Three Sisters Community Garden 

317 4th Street
West Sacramento, California 95605

We believe growing your own food is the most powerful act of self-sufficiency, freedom, and protecting Mother Earth.

Three Sisters Gardens Urban Farm

Douglas Street and Cummings Way, West Sacramento, CA

Three Sisters Gardens has evolved into an educational space devoted to developing the full potential of its participants through community connection.

West Sacramento, California

TBD, West Sacrament, CA

Our Mission

The mission of Three Sisters Gardens is to teach  youth how to grow, harvest, and distribute organic vegetables right where we live.

Three Sisters Gardens is based in traditional Native American values of respecting Mother Earth and all living things.

At Three Sisters Gardens we are using urban agriculture to engage community members to get involved in creating a food system that is good for us and the environment.

Inspiring Urban Agriculture Projects

Around 15 percent of the world’s food is now grown in urban areas. According to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), urban farms already supply food to about 700 million residents of cities, representing about a quarter of the world’s urban population. By 2030, 60 percent of people in developing countries will likely live in cities.

"Let us put our minds together and see what life we can make for our children."

 

Sitting Bull, Hunkpapa Lakota

He who plants a garden plants happiness

 

 

“Only when the last tree has been cut down, the last fish been caught, and the last stream poisoned, will we realize we cannot eat money.”

 

Cree Indian Prophecy

A Special Thanks to Our Sponsors

Three Sisters Gardens is a participant in the West Sacramento Urban Farm, a program of the Center for Land-Based Learning, California Farm Academy Farm Business Incubator. Additional support provided by:

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