Planting Justice

Planting Justice addresses the structural inequalities embedded in the industrialized food system: the systemic exploitation of food system workers (especially undocumented farm and kitchen workers); the lack of access to fresh, nutritious food in low-income communities of color; and our culture’s over-reliance on packaged, processed food that is killing our bodies and our environment. Since 2009, they’ve built more than 450 edible gardens throughout the Bay Area, empowering hundreds of people to grow their own food.