PROGRAMS & PROJECTS.
We offer a range of programs and services designed to bring community members together around the shared goal of growing and distributing fresh, organic produce.
Our mission at Three Sisters Gardens is to inspire and empower community members to take control of their food system and build a healthier, more sustainable future for all. We do this by providing a range of services and programs that promote community building, urban farming, and gardening education. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a newcomer to urban agriculture, we welcome you to join us in our efforts to create a more just and equitable food system.
We believe that education is essential to building a sustainable and equitable food system. Our gardening education programs teach community members of all ages how to grow, harvest, and prepare fresh, healthy food.
We offer community gardening programs that provide a space for community members to come together and grow their own food. Our gardens are designed to be welcoming and inclusive, and we provide the tools, resources, and support needed to make gardening accessible.
Urban Farming (CSA)
We use urban agriculture to grow fresh, organic produce right where we live. Our urban farming practices prioritize sustainability and environmental responsibility, and we aim to create a food system that is shared through our CSA.
We offer design services to help community members create food gardens and functional outdoor spaces that reflect their unique needs and preferences, as well as permaculture principles.
Our tree nursery site is located at 1920 34th Avenue in Sacramento, California. This location will host a Tree Nursery run by Planting Justice and a 1-acre Three Sisters Gardens urban farm.
Planning to break ground in late 2023.
Workshops and Skill Sharing
Workshops, skill sharing, hands-on training in soil carbon and its production benefits, sustainable nutrient management, and agricultural biodiversity.